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Page One 




R.J. Reynolds 
High School 



°age Two 




Black and Gold 

1957 



North Carolina Room 
Forsyth County Public Library 
660 West Fifth Street 
Winston-Salem, NC 27101 



Page Tbn. 



Here rests the final decision. 




SCHOOL BOARD 

Seated: Sam H. Dorsett, T. L. Williams, George D. Lentz, Vice-Chairman; E. T. Pullen, Chairman; Mrs. E. E. Bumgardner, Clif- 
ford Perry. Standing: Marvin Ward, A. Craig Phillips, Superintendent; William C. Self. 



Pags Four 



in deep appreciation we dedicate 




Petite, dark, motherly . Mrs. Katherine Reich simpli- 

city in action . . . subjects and students understood ... an all- 
around contented feeling . . . never a dull moment; never a 
harsh word ... to the little lady in 309: "Thanks a million!" 



Page Five 



. . . our teachers 




CLAUDE R. JOYNER, B.A., M.A. 
Principal 




MISS MARY 

JANE BAKER, A.B., M.E. 

Mathematics 



HUGH 

BAREFOOT, B.S., M.E. 

Eighth Grade 



WALKER 

BARNETTE, B.A., M.A. 

Social Studies 




NORMAN 

BARRINGER, B.A. 

Driving 



MRS. GRACE 
WITT BARROW, B.A. 

Eighth Grade 



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MRS. SUZANNE 


HERMAN 


MISS ANNIE GRAHAM 


MISS BONNIE 


MISS MATALINE 


BRITT, B.A. 


BRYSON, B.S., M.A. 


CALDWELL, B.A., B.S. 


CASEY, B.A. 


COLLETTE, B.A. 


Language 


Eighth Grade 


Library 


Physical Education and 
Social Studies 


Chemistry 



Page Six 






. . . who have given 





MRS. MARY ANN 
CRAFT, B.A. 
Eighth Grade 



MRS. ARDENA M. 

CRAVER, B.A., B.S. 

Home Economics 



ROBERT R. 

CROOKSHANK, B.S., M.A. 

Industrial Arts 



L. W. 

CROWELL, B.S., M.A. 

Mathematics 





MISS JUNE 

DINKINS, B.S., M.S. 

Physical Education 



MISS LUCILLE 
EDWARDS, B.A. 

English 



MRS. ANNIE PRESTON 

FEARRINGTON, B.A., M.A. 

Language 



MRS. JOSEPHINE H. 
FITTS, B.A. 
Eighth Grade 





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MISS MARY ELIZABETH 

GAMBRELL, B.A. 

English 



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MRS. EVELYN 

GARRISON, A.B., M.E. 

English 



MRS. BETTY 
GRIGG, B.A. 
Eighth Grade 



MISS ELIZABETH B. 

KAPP, B.A. 

English 






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MRS. RACHEL 

MclEOD, B.A. 

Science 



CLYDE F. 

McSWAIN 

Printing 



MISS BERTHA 

MOORE, B.S., M.A. 

Library 



DONALD H. 
MORROW, B.A. 

Social Studies 



MRS. NELLE S. 

DELGADO, M.A. 

Eighth Grade 




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MRS. ALYECE 

FLETCHER, B.S. 

Dietitian 





MRS. CATHERINE B. 

LYERLY, B.A. 

English 




MISS FAYE 


MISS MARY H. 


ROBERT 


MRS. MARGARET 


MISS HAZEL 


MARTIN, B.A. 


MARTIN, B.A. 


MAYER, B.M., M.M. 


McDERMOTT, B.A., M.A. 


McKEEL, B.A. 


Language 


Language 


Instrumental Music 


Language 


Commercial 




MRS. LUCINDA 
MOSER, B.A. 
Mathematics 



Page Seven 



. a helping hand. 




MISS ANN RUTH 

MOTTESHEARD, B.S., M.E. 

Commercial 



MISS BILLIE 

MUSTIAN, B.B.A. 

Commercial 





JAMES T. 
PEEBLES, B.A. 

Social Studies 



„ 



KENNETH M. 

PETERS, B.A. 

Mathematics 



MRS. GERTRUDE 

REVELLE, B.A. 

Mathematics 



MRS. KATHARINE 
REICH, B.A. 

Mathematics 



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MISS LILLIAN T. 

RHODES, B.A., M.A. 

English 





MRS. ELIZABETH B. 

RITTER, B.A., M.A. 

Journalism and English 



MRS. VIRGINIA 

SHACKFORD, B.A. 

Eighth Grade 



JAMES 

SIFFORD, B.A., M.A. 

Social Studies 







MISS SARAH OLIVE 


MRS. EULALIA T. 


JOHN E. 


H. B. 


MISS HAZEL 




SMITH, B.S., M.E. 


SOLOMON, B.A., M.E. 


SPIVEY, M.E. 


STEPHENS, B.A. 


STEPHENSON, B.A., 


M.A 


Mathematics 


Eighth Grade 


Science 


Art 


English 






MRS. MARJORIE 

STEPHENSON, B.A. 

English 



JOHN 

TANDY, B.A., M.E. 

Assistant Principal and 

Physical Education 



MRS. EVELYN 

WAGGONER, B.S. 

Eighth Grade 



WILLIAM E. 

WATERS, B.A. 

Voice 



MISS JANIE 

WEAVER, B.A. 

Guidance and Social Studies 





WILLIAM 

WEBSTER, B.S., M.E. 

Eighth Grade 



RAY 

WHITLEY, B.A. 

Eighth Grade 



MRS. CAROL DANIELS 
GRIESER, B.A. 

School Secretary 



MRS. SARAH 

COPPEDGE, B.A. 

Eighth Grade 



MR. JOSEPH 
WIDDIFIELD, B.A. 

Physics 



Page Eight 



We, the graduating class, 




SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

G. Boss, vice-pres.; W. White, pres.; K. Sprinkle, sec; T. Colvin, treas. 




PEGGY JEAN ADKINS 
"The lovely best is all I 
want in life." 
Commercial Course: C.H. Bas- 
ketball 1,2,3,4; C.H. Varsity Soft- 
ball 3,4; C.H. Glee Club 1,2; 
C.H. Monogram Club 4. 



BELMA G. ALLEN 

"She was little, she was spry, 
There was mischief in her eye." 
Commercial Course: Basketball 1, 
2,3; Jr. Varsity 1,2,3; Softball 1, 
2,3; C.H. Glee Club 1,2,3,4; 
S.N.O.M. Club 1,2,3. 



INA MARIE ALLEN 
"To strive, to seek, to find, 
and not to yield." 
Commercial Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; Freshman Service Club 1; 
Sophoteers 2; Serviteers 3; Col- 
lege Club 4; Resegis 4; School 
Supply Room Clerk 3,4; French 
Club 2,3; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Hall 
Monitor 4; Office Page 2,4; 
N.H.S. 4. 




JUDITH ROSE ALSPAUGH 
"Her beauty lies within her 
smile." 
Language Course: G.A.A. 2,3,4; 
Freshman Service Club 1 ; Sopho- 
teers 2; Serviteers 3; College Club 
4; Resegis 4; Y-Teens 2; Office 
Page 4; Intramural Basketball 2, 
3,4; Intramural Softball 2,3,4; 
N.H.S. 4; College Day Page 4. 



RUTH CAROLYN ANDREW 
"Keerlin" 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3; Sophoteers 2; G.A.A. 2,3,4; 
Office Page 3; Serviteers 3; 
House of Rep. 1,4; Football 
Sponsor 3; Softball 1,2,3,4; In- 
tramur. 1,2, Varsity 3,4; College 
Club 4; Resegis 4; Hall Monitor 
4; Library Staff 2,4. 



NANCY JOYCE APPERSON 
"Ditto" 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Serviteers 3; 
Sophoteers 2; Resegis 4; College 
Club 4; Jr. Red Cross Rep. 4; 
Gym Leader 2,3; Basketball 1,2, 
3,4; Softball 2,3,4; Hall Moni- 
tor 4; Officials Club 3,4. 



MARGARET CAROL APPLEYARD 

"Stars Fell On Alabama." 
Language Course: Intra-mur. Bas- 
ketball 1,2; Freshman Service 
Club 1; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Sopho- 
teers 2; Serviteers 3; French Club 
3,4; Hall Monitor 3; College 
Club 4; Resegis 4. 



Page Ten 



take a last glance 




LEILANI ASSAF 
"Lolly-Pop." 
Commercial Course: MacFarland 
Jr. High, Washington, D. C. 1 
C.H. Basketball, Jr. Var. 2,3,4 
C.H. Softball, Jr. Var. 2,3,4 
C.H. Glee Club 2; S.N.O.M. 3, 
4, Vice-Pres. 4. 



FRANK COVINGTON BALLANCE 
"True success is to labor." 
Language Course: House of Rep. 
1,4; House Court 4; Student 
Coun. 4; N.H.S. 3 4, V. Pres. 4; 
Masque & Gavel 2,3,4, Pres. 3; 
Debating Team 1,2,3,4; Jr. Var. 
1,2; Var. 3,4; Debating Club 1, 
3,4, Pres. 4; Track 3,4; Most 
Intellectual 4; N.F.L. 2,3,4; Boys' 
State Rep. 3; Band 1; Ushers 
Club 3.4. 




JO ANN BARNARD 
"Only You." 
Commercial Course: Coffee High 
School, Florence, Ala. 2,3; Fresh- 
man Service Club 1; Jr. Red 
Cross Rep. 1; Receptionist 4; 
College Club 4; Resegis 4; Y- 
Teens 1. 



THOMAS ERNEST BARROW 

"Tom" 
Science Course: Band 1,2,3,4; 
Orchestra 3,4; Instrumental Mu- 
sic Club 1,2,3,4. 



DENA T. BAMBALIS 
"To know her is to love her." 
Commercial Course: Freshman 
Service Club 1; Sophoteers 2; 
Resegis 4. 



PRISCILLA ANN BARKLEY 
"Prissy" — One o' de folk." 
Language Course: Choir 1,2,3,4; 
Girls' Glee Club 1,2,3,4; State 
Festival Chorus 3,4; Var. Speed- 
ball 3; Intra-mur. Basketball 1, 
2,3; G.A.A. 2,3; Color Guard 3, 
4; College Club 4; Resegis 4; Y- 
Teens 1,2,4; Sophoteers 2; Scrvi- 
teers 3. 





DOROTHEA HARTLEY 

"Earth changes; but thy soul 
and God stand sure." 
Language Course: Ohio High 
School 1,2; French Club 3; Thes- 
pians 3,4; Resegis 4; College 
Club 4. 



JUDITH ALLEN BARTON 
"Till the end of time." 
Language Course: Freshman Ser- 
vice Club 1; Sophoteers 2; Servi- 
teers 3; College Club 4; Resegis 
4; Y-Teens 2,3; French Club 3,4; 
Intra-mur. Volleyball 3. 



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JOEL DALE BAUCOM 
"Balcom" 
Language Course: Football 1,2,4; 
Jr. High 1; Jr. Var. 2; Manager 
4; Baseball 1,2,3; Jr. High 1; 
Jr. Var. 2,3; Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; S.S.C. 
4; Monogram Club 4. 



JUDY ANN BAYLIN 
"I could have danced all 
night." 
Social Studies Course: Miss Ellen 
Semple's Private School 1,2; Pro- 
fessional Childrens' School, New 
York City 3. 



CHARLES DAVID BELL 

"Speech is silver, silence is 
golden." 
Science Course: Football 1,2,3,4 
Scrub 1; Var. 2,3,4; Track 1,2 
Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; DeMolay 1,2,3,4, 
Sophomore Boys' Club 2; Ushers 
Club 4; Monogram Club 4; Ten- 
nis 4. 



LEE WINCHELL BIEBIGHEISER 
"I'm reaching for the stars." 
General Course: Thespians 1,2, 
3,4; Vice-Pres. 4. 



Page Eleven 



. . . backward through 




ALICE FERN BIGFORD 
"Goonie Bird" 
Science Course: Southport High 
School 1; Sophoteers 2; Hall 
Monitor 2; Serviteers 3; Intra- 
mur. Baskebtall 3,4; Y-Teens 4; 
College Club 4; Resegis 4; 
Nurse's Room Page 4. 



JANET REID BLACKWELL 

"The best is yet to be." 
Language Course: Intra- mur. Bas- 
ketball 1,2,3; Intra-mur. Tennis 
3,4; Intra-mur. Softball 2; Sopho- 
teers 2; Dramatics 3; Resegis 4; 
College Club 4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; 
Receptionist 3; Hall Monitor 4; 
Office Page 4; French Club 3,4. 



BETSY BLUM 

"Piccolo Pete" 
Language Course: Band 1,2,3,4; 
Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Instru. Music 
Club 1,2,3,4; Sec. 3; Hall Moni- 
tor 3,4; Intra-mur. Softball 3,4; 
College Club 4; Resegis 4. 



RONALD RICHARD BOESE 
"Buzz" 
Science Course: Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; 
Track 3,4. 





GEORGE WELLS BOSS 
"Geo." 
Language Course: Football 1,2,3, 
4; Scrub 1; Var. 2,3,4; (co-cap.) 
Baseball 1,2,3,4; Scrub 1; Var. 2, 
3,4; Scrub Basketball 1; Student 
Gov. 4; Key Club 1,2,3,4; Pres. 
4; Hi-Y 2,3,4; Pres. 4; Mono- 
gram Club 3,4; Teen- Age Coun. 
4; Best All Around 4; Class Vice- 
Pres. 3,4; DeMolay 2,3,4. 



JUDY JOANN BOSTIC 
"Too much monkey business." 
Commercial Course: C.H. Jr. Var. 
Basketball 1,2,3; C.H. Softball 
1,2,3; Jr. Var. 1; Var. 2,3; C.H. 
Glee Club 1,2,3,4; C.H. S.N.O.M. 
Club 2,3,4; Pres. 3,4; Cheerleader 
2,3,4. 



JOHN BOWERS 


SARA L. BRIDGES 


"John" 


"He's a blue-eyed, 


Language Course: Midget Foot- 


handsome man." 


ball 1; Chorus 3; French Club 


Commercial Course: Hall Moni- 


3,4. 


tor 4; C.H. Basketball; Var. 1,2, 




3,4; C.H. Monogram Club 4; 




C.H. Cheerleader 3,4; C.H. Glee 




Club 1,2,3,4. 




MARILYN CAMILLE 
BROOKBANK 
"The best is yet to be." 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1,3,4; 
G.A.A. 2,3,4; A Capella Choir 
2,4; Girls Glee Club 1,2,4; Bible 
Club 2; Serviteers 3; College Club 
4; Resegis 4; Vice-Chair.; Bus. 
Staff 4; Officials Club 2,3,4; 
Mixed Chorus 1,2,4; N.H.S. 4. 



JIM BROOKSHIRE 

"Time to go." 

Science Course: Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; 

Scrub Basketball 2; Track 2; 

House of Rep. 4. 



BARBARA ANN BROWN 
"Whatever will be, will be." 
Home Economics Course: Thes- 
pians 1; Sophoteers 2; Serviteers 
3; Home Ec. Club 4; Hall Moni- 
tor 4. 



WILSON H. BROWN 
"Willie" 
Science Course: Basketball 1,2,4; 
Jr. High 1; Scrub 2,4; Hi-Y 1,2, 
3,4; Vice-Pres. 2; Sophomore 
Boys Club 2; Track 4; Homecom- 
ing Escort 4. 



Page Twelve 



. our high school life, 





GEORGE HOWARD BRYAN 
"Young man with a horn." 
Science Course: Band 1,2,3.4; 
Orchestra 1,2,3,4; ReBops 1,2,3; 
Instru. Music Club 1,2,3; De- 
Molay 2,3,4; Confederate Mili- 
tary History 4. 



JOHN COLLINS BRYANT 
"Swabbie" 
Language Course: Midland Sch., 
Calif. 1; Football 2,3,4; Scrub 2; 
Var. 3,4; Jr. Var. Basketball 2; 
Track 2,3,4; Key Club 2,3,4; Hi- 
Y 3,4; Monogram Club 3,4; Ka- 
doe Club 3,4. 



CHARLES EDWARD 
BUCHANAN 

"Kadoe" 
Language Course: Football 1,2,3, 
4; Jr. Var. 1; Var. 2,3,4; Track 
1,2,3,4; Hi-Y 3,4; Key Club 3,4; 
Monogram Club 3,4; DeMolay 1, 
2,3,4; Kadoes Club 3,4; Pres. 3; 
Baseball 1,2; Jr. High 1; Scrub 
2; Scrub Basketball 4; Wittiest 4. 



JAMES CUNNINGHAM BUIE 

"Jim-Alias The Hunter" 
Science Course: Tennis 3,4; Scrub 
Football 2; Math Club 3,4; Soph- 
omore Boys Club 2; Ushers Club 





HARRIETTE REBECCA 

BYERLY 

"It matters not what you are 

thought to be, but what you are.' 

Math Course: Freshman Service 

Club 1; Sophoteers 2; Girls 

Chorus 2; Y-Teens 1,4; Resegis 

4; College Club 4. 



BETSY YVONNE CARPENTER 

"It is better to forget and 

smile than to remember and 

be sad." 

Commercial Course: C.H. Var. 

Basketball 1,2,3,4; C.H. Var. 

Softball 1,2,3,4; C.H. Cheerleader 

3,4; C.H. Monogram Club 4; 

C.H. S.N.O.M. Club 1,2,4; Pres. 

2; Sec. 4. 



NICK CARROS 

"I'm Moving On." 

Industrial Arts Course. 



MARSHA DONNA CARSON 
"Look for the silver lining." 
Social Studies Course: Griffith 
High School 1,2,3; Resegis 4. 




LINDA ROSE CASH 

"Another step forward; 
many more to go." 
Language Course: Freshman Serv- 
ice Club 1; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; 
French Club 3,4; Debating Club 
2; Sec. 2; Thespians 3; Resegis 4; 
College Club 4; Jr. Red Cross 
Rep. 4; Hall Monitor 3; Intra- 
mur. Basketball 3,4. 



JAMES LEE CHAMBERS 
"Just one more once." 
Science Course: House of Rep. 1; 
Band 1,2; Ushers Club 3; Instru. 
Music Club 2,3; Rebops 2; Var- 
sity Football 3,4; Scrub Baseball 
2; S.S.C. 3,4; Hi-Y 3,4; Con- 
federate Military History 4; Pres. 
4. 



MARCUS CHARLES 

"Buddy" 

Social Studies Course: Boys 

Chorus 1,2; Mixed Chorus 1,2, 

3; A Capella Choir 1,2,3,4. 



CAROL JEAN CHOPLIN 
'Once, always, and forever David." 
Commercial Course: Gym Leader 
2; Thespians 1,2,3; Office Page 
4; College Club 4; Jr. Red Cross 
Rep. 4; Resegis 4; "Tunes For 
Teens" Spon. 3,4; Intra-mur. Bas- 
ketball 1; Intra-mur. Softball 1. 



Page Thirteen 



Many fond memories of R.J. R. 




JANE CAROLYN CHURCH 

"O, this learning, what a 
thing it is." 
Language Course: N.H.S. 3,4; 
Quill and Scroll 3,4; Y-Teens 1, 
2,3,4; Pine Whispers Staff 3,4; 
Jr. Ed. of Black and Gold 3; 
Write-up Ed. 4; College Club 4; 
Service Clubs 1,2,3,4; "Reynolds 
Roundup" 4; G.A.A. 2,3; Scribe 
4. 



JANE LEE CLARK 

"Janie — one o' de' folk." 
Science Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3,4 
Dramatic Club 1; Sophoteers 2 
Serviteers 3; Home Ec. Club 4 
Resegis 4; Jr. Red Cross Rep. 3 
Speedball 1,2,3,4; Intra-mur. 2 
3,4; Var. 1; Softball 1,2,3,4; In 
tra-mur. 1,2,3; Var. 3; Intra 
mur. Basketball 1,2,3,4. 



JOHN W. CLAY 

"Anything worth doing is worth 

doing well." 
Science Course: Brazil 1,2,3; Var. 
Basketball 4; Monogram Club 4. 



NANCY MAE CLINE 
"I'll get ahead — because I 
need one!" 
Language Course: Sophoteers 2; 
Serviteers 3; College Club 4; Re- 
segis 4; Y-Teens 2,3,4; Thespians 
2,3,4; Gym Leader 3; Office Page 
4; Hall Monitor 3; French Club 
3,4; Intra-mur. Basketball 2,3; 
Intra-mur. Tennis 2,3. 




, JULIA ALICE CLINTON 
"My dreams are very fair and 

bright — for I am young." 
Language Course: Orange County 
High School, Orange, Va. 1,2; 
Choir 3,4; French Club 3,4; Sec. 
3; Treas. 4; Serviteers 3; Y-Teens 
3,4; College Club 4; Sec. 4; Re- 
segis 4; Library Staff 4; Chorus 
3,4. 



BILLY CLODFELTER 

"Clod" 
Science Course: Football 1,2,4 
Scrub 1,2; Var. 4; Baseball 1,2,3 
Jr. High 1; Scrub 2,3; S.S.C. 4 
Confederate Military History 4 



JULIA ANN COE 
"Little Bit" 
Social Studies Course: Freshman 
Service Club 1: Sophoteers 2; 
Serviteers 3; Resegis 4; College 
Club 4; Y-Teens 4; Voice 1; Hall 
Monitor 4. 



THOMAS B. COLVIN 

"Honor Comes by Diligence." 
Language Course: Sr. Class Treas. 
4; Sr. Scribe 4; "Most Likely to 
Succeed" 4; Scrub Football 4; 
Track 3,4; Debating Club 3,4; 
Treas. 4; Key Club 2,3,4; Masque 
and Gavel 2,3,4; Vice-Pres. 4; 
N.F.L. 2,3,4; Pres. 3; Dramatics 
1,2; Ushers Club 2,3,4; N.H.S. 4. 









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BRENDA COMBS 
"A world to be born under 
our footsteps." 
Language Course: N.H.S. 3,4; 
Masque and Gavel 2,3,4; Treas. 
3; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Vice-Pres. 4; 
Serviteers 3; Resegis 4; College 
Club 4; Jr. Red Cross Rep. 3,4; 
Sec. 4; N.F.L. 3,4; Jr. Var. De- 
bating Team 1,2,3; Mixed Chorus 
1; French Club 3,4. 



ASTRID PAULINE CONRAD 
"In all the ways acknowledge 
Him, and He will guide thy 
paths." 
Commercial Course: Music Ap- 
preciation Club 1; Intra-mur. 
Softball 1; Sophoteers 2; Servi- 
teers 3; Y-Teens 3; Resegis 4; 
College Club 4; Nurse's Room 
Assist. 4; Jr. Red Cross Rep. 4. 



GENE AIAN CONRAD 
"Geno" 
Industrial Arts Course: Freshman 
Boys Club 1; Sophomore Boys 
Club 2; Hi-Y 1; DeMolay 2,3,4; 
Jr. Deacon 3; Sr. Deacon 4; 
Ushers Club 3,4; Monogram Club 
3,4; Key Club 4; Var. Football 
3,4; Var. Track 3,4; Jr. Nomi- 
nating Comm. 3- 



JERRY LENELL COOK 
"Lenell" 
Science Course: C.H. Football 2, 
3,4. 



Page Fourteen 



are brought to mind. 






GORDON HENDERSON COX 

"Dork" 
Language Course: Hargrave Mili- 
tary Academy 3; Scrub Basket- 
ball 1,2-, Track 1,2; Football 1, 
2,4; Jr. Var. 1; Var. 2,4; Sr. 
Service Club 4; Confederate Mili- 
tary History 4. 



JO ANNA CRABTREE 
"Joby — one o' de folk." 
Commercial Course: Freshman 
Service Club 2; Sophoteers 2; 
Serviteers 3; Resegis 4; College 
Club 4; Majorette 1,2; Y-Teens 
1,2,3; Intra-mur. Basketball 1, 
2; Intra-mur. Speedball 1,2; In- 
tra-mur Softball 1,2; Football 
Sponsor 4. 



PATRICIA ANN CRANFILL 
"Areviderchi" 
Commercial Course: Thespians 1, 
2,3,4; Resegis 4. 



PRISCILLA ANN CRATER 
"Crate" 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3, 
4; Sec. 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Fresh- 
man Service Club 1; Sophoteers 
2; Serviteers 3; Resegis 4; House 
of Rep. 3; College Club 4; Color 
Guard Alt. 4; Football Sponsor 
3; Hall Monitor 4; Intra-mur. 
Basketball 1,2,3,4. 




NANCY LYNN CRAWFORD 
"Lynn" 
Commercial Course: Y-Teens 2,3, 
4; Inter-Club Council 3; Student 
Government 2; Mixed Chorus 1; 
Serviteers 3; Resegis 4; Sopho- 
teers 2; Jr. Nominating Comm. 
3; N.H.S. 4; Hall Monitor 2; 
Student Secretary 4; Intra-mur. 
Basketball 2,3; Intra-mur. Volley- 
ball 2,3. 



CORTLANDT PRESTON CREECH 
"Corty" 

Language Course: Library Staff 4; 
Black and Gold 3,4; Ed. 4; Sr. 
Marshal 3; Cheerleader 4; Foot- 
ball Spon. 4; Hall Monitor 2,4; 
Teen-Age Coun. 4; Serviteers 3; 
Vice-Pres. 3; College Club 4; Re- 
segis 4; Sr. Scribe 4; G. A. A. 1, 
2,3,4; Coun. 3; Hi-Y Spon. 4; 
Basketball Homecoming Queen 4. 



FOY EUGENE CROUSE 
"Foy-oy, Foy-oy." 
Language Course: Orchestra 1,2, 
3,4; Movie Club 1,2; Movie Op- 
erator 2; Math Club 3,4; Ushers 
Club 3,4; Hall Monitor 2. 



EVERETTE CUMMINGS, JR. 

"Dead Man" 

Commercial Course: Band 1,2; 

Scrub Baseball 2; Projector Club 

4. 





FRANCES CONRAD DALTON 

"5' 9" eyes that shine." 
Language Course: Band 1,2,3; 
Orchestra 1; Hall Monitor 4: Of- 
fice Page 4; G.A.A. 3,4; Y-Teens 
2,3,4; Resegis 4; College Club 4; 
Serviteers 3; French Club 3,4; 
Sec. 3; Sophoteers 2; Freshman 
Service Club 1. 



RICHARD LAWRENCE DALTON 
"Dick" 

Science Course: Football 1,2,3,4; 
Scrub 1; Var. 2,3,4; Baseball 1, 
2,3,4; Scrub 1: Var. J,3,4; Hi-Y 
2,3,4; Pres. 3; S.S.C 2,3,4; Pres. 
4; Track 2,3; Sophomore Boys 
Club 2; Teen-Age Council 4; 
Monogram Club 3,4; Pres. 4. 



JERRY WARREN DAVENPORT 
"Le moment de partir est arrive." 
Language Course: House of Rep. 
4; Boys Chorus 1; Mixed Chorus 
1: A Capella Choir 1: Ushers 
Club 3,4; French Club 3,4. 



MARY LOUISE DAVENPORT 

"One o' de folk." 
Language Course: Serviteers 3; 
Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Freshman Serv- 
ice Club 1; Sophoteers 3; G.A.A. 
2,3,4; Resegis 4; College Club 4; 
Hall Monitor 3,4; Mixed Chorus 
1,2; A Capella Choir 1,2; Foot- 
ball Sponsor 4; Intra-mur. Ten- 
nis 1,2,3. 



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We shall never forget 




FRANK PAYNE DAVIS, III 
"Frank" 
Science Course: Football 2,3,4; 
Scrub 2; Var. 3,4; Baseball 1,2; 
Jr. High 1; Scrub 2; Var. Track 
2,3; Jr. High Basketball 1; Hi-Y 
2,3,4; S.S.C. 3,4; Teen- Age Coun. 
4; Sophomore Boys Club 2; 
House of Rep. I; Best Looking 4; 
Confederate Military History 4; 
Monogram Club 4. 



JUDITH LYNN DAVIS 
"Oh, talk not to me of a name 
great in story; the days of our 
youth are the days of our glory." 
Math Course: Old Town School 
1,2; Y-Teens 2,3; Serviteers 3; 
Resegis 4; College Club 4; Hall 
Monitor 3,4; Bowling Team 4. 



ROBERT D. DAVIS 
"Pix" 
Science Course: Aycock Jr. High 
School, Greensboro, N. C. 1; 
Scrub Football 2; Basketball Mgr. 
2; Hi-Y 2,3; Key Club 3,4; Track 



DAVID RICHARD DECKER 

"Decker" 
Science Course: Var. Football 2, 



3,4; Track 3,4; 
gram Club 4. 



S.S.C. 4; Mono- 




LINDA SUE DICKSON 
"True to herself, true to her 
friends, true to her duty always." 
Language Course: Stud. Gov. 1,2, 
3,4; Sec. 3; Pres. 4; G.A.A. 2, 
3,4; Sec. 3; Majorette 1,2,3; 
Sr. Marshal 3; Assist. Chief; 
Teen-Age Coun. 2,3,4; Sec.3; 
Fresh. Class Pres. 1; Most Likely 
to Succeed 4; Homecoming Spon- 
sor 3,4; N.H.S. 4; Hi.Y Spon. 4. 



WILLIAM NELSON 
DIXSON, HI 
"Fore" 
Language Course: Basketball 1, 
2,3,4; Jr. High 1; Jr. Var. 2,3; 
Var. 4; Golf 1,2,3,4; Hi-Y 1,2; 
French Club 3,4; Monogram Club 
3,4. 



JAMES ROBERT DODD 
"Pete" 
Language Course: Football 1,2, 
3,4; Jr. High 1; Var. 2,3,4; Var. 
Baseball 1,3,4; Var. Track 2,3,4; 
S.S.C. 3,4; Hi-Y 2,3,4; Mono- 
gram Club 4; Jr. High Basket- 
ball 1; Sophomore Boys Club 2; 
DeMolay 1,2,3,4. 



GEORGE DWIGHT DRUMMOND 

"Whitey" 
Science Course: Football 1,4; Jr. 
High 1; Var. 4; Freshman Boys 
Club 1; Instru. Music Club 2; 
Band 1,2,3; Var. Track 3; Con- 
federate Military History 4. 




PHILLIP DUGGINS 
"Red Dog" 

General Course: Basketball 1,2,4; 
Jr. Var. 2; Var. 4; Baseball 1, 
2,3,4; Jr. Var. 1; Var. 2,3,4; 
Monogram Club 4; Sec.-Treas.; 
Stud. Coun. 4; Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; 
Pres. 2; Treas. 4; Friendliest 4; 
Sophomore Boys Club 2; Jr. 
Nominating Comm. 3. 




PENELOPE WARREN DUNN 
"P. I." 

Language Course: Radnor High 
School 1,2; Y-Teens 3,4; Servi- 
teers 3; Resegis 4; College Club 
4; Alt. Sr. Scribe 4; Football 
Sponsor 4; Teen- Age Coun. 4; 
Bus. Staff 4; Mgr.; Var. Tennis 
3,4; G.A.A. 3,4; Hi-Y Sponsor 
4. 



DONALD GRAY DUNNIGAN 

"Don" 
Industrial Arts Course: C.H. 
Football 1,2,3,4; Jr. Var. 1; Var. 
2,3,4; C.H. Baseball 1,2; Scrub 
1,2; C.H. Basketball 1,2,3; Jr. 
Var. 1,2; Var. 3; C.H. Mono- 
gram Club 2,3,4. 



BRIAN V. EDMONDS 
"R.J.R.'s own James Dean." 
Industrial Arts Course: South- 
eastern High School, Battle 
Creek, Michigan 1; East High 
School, Wichita, Kansas 2,3; 
Dramatics Club 4; Track 4. 



Page Sixteen 



our many golden friendships 




CAROL RUTH EDWARDS 
"It's a military secret." 
Language Course: Band 1; Fresh- 
man Service Club 1; Sophoteers 
2: Serviteers 3; G.A.A. 2,3,4; 
Hall Monitor 3,4; Jr. Red Cross 
Rep. 1,2,3; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Bas- 
ketball 1,2,3,4; Resegis 4; College 
Club 4; Football Sponsor 3. 



DAVID NESBIT EDWARDS, JR. 
"To strive, to seek, to find, 
and not to yield." 
Language Course: Band 1,2,3,4; 
Orchestra 2,3,4; ReBops 2,3,4; 
Instru. Music Club 1,2,3,4; Vice- 
Pres. 3; Pres. 4; All-State Orches- 
tra 2,3,4; Ushers Club 2,3,4; 
Masque and Gavel 3,4; Hi-Y 1,2, 
3,4; Vice-Pres. 1; Chaplain 4; 
Jr. Var. Debate Team 3; Sr. 
Scribe 4. 



LEIF FERNSTROM ERIKSSON 
"I am part of all that I 
have met." 
Science Course: Band 1,2,3,4; 
Brush and Pallette Club 1; Math 
Club 3,4; Ushers Club 3,4; Con- 
cert Band 2,3,4. 



POE WINSTON ESKRIDGE, III 

"Osty Boy" 
Science Course: Var. Track 1,2, 
3,4; Photography Club 2; Soph- 
omore Boys Club 2. 




m: >mM 









DORSEY E. EVANS, III 
"Hoss" 
Science Course: Voice 1,2,3; 
Mixed Chorus 1,2,3; Boys Chorus 
1,2,3; Ushers Club 3,4; Math 
Club 4; French Club 2,3; Art 
Club 1. 



GENE LAMAR EVANS 
"I'm all 'tee'd' off!" 
Language Course: Scrub Basket- 
ball 1,2; Golf 1,2,3,4; Capt. 3,4; 
Monogram Club 3,4; French Club 
3,4. 



LINDA FRANKLIN EZZELL 
"A dream is a wish your 
heart makes." 
Commercial Course: Y-Teens 1, 
2; Office Page 1,4; Freshman 
Service Club 1; Sophoteers 2 
Vice-Pres. 2; House of Rep. 1,3 
Library Staff 2,3,4; Treas. 4 
N.H.S. 3,4; Treas. 4; Sr. Exec. 
Comm. 4. 



JACOB FALBAUM 
"Knows All; All Nose." 
Science Course: Instru. Music 
Club 1; Music Appreciation 2; 
DeMolay 3,4; Thespians 3,4; 
Pres. 4; Ushers Club 3,4. 




LARRY MICHAEL FAUST 
"Jelly- 
Science Course: Hi-Y 2,3,4; Sec. 
3; S.S.C. 3,4; Monogram Club 4; 
Football 1,2,3,4; Scrub 1; Var. 
2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Confederate 
Military History 4; Baseball 1, 
2,3; Midgets 1; Scrub 2,3; Jr. 
Var. Basketball 1. 



ELEANOR AURELIA FENWICK 
"Smile and the world smiles 
with you." 
Language Course: Sophoteers 2; 
Bible Club 3; Vice-Pres. 3; 
House of Rep. 3,4; Var. Tennis 
2,3,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Library 
Staff 2,3,4; College Club 4; Re- 
segis 4; Jr. Red Cross Rep. 4; 
Thespians 1; Office Page 1; 
French Club 3, 4. 



BETTY HOPE FLINTOM 
"That spark of HOPE." 
Language Course: Y-Teeus 1,2, 
3,4; Treas. 3; Freshman Service 
Club 1; Sophoteers 2; Serviteers 
3; College Club 4; Resegis 4; 
G.A.A. 2,3,4; Council 3; Soft- 
ball 1,2,3,4; Var. 2,3,4; Basket- 
ball 1,2,3,4; Volleyball 1,2,3,4; 
Officials Club 4; Pres. 4; Sr. 
Executive Comm. 4. 



ALICE MAY FORESTER 
"Mil- 
Language Course: Stud. Gov. 2,3; 
G.A.A. 2,3,4; Corr. Sec. 3; Vice- 
Pres. 4; Teen- Age Coun. 4; Pres. 
4; Sr. Marshal 3; Jr. Class Sec. 
3; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Football 



Sponsor 4; Bus. 
4; College Club 
Editor of Pine 
Tennis 1,2,3,4. 



Staff 4; N.H.S. 
4; Girls Sports 
Whispers; Var. 



Page Seventeen 



. . the election of officers 




CAROLYN SUE FOSTER 
"If You Knew Suzie — " 
Language Course: Y- Teens 1,2,3; 
G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3; Or- 
chestra 1,2,3,4; Jr. Red Cross 
Rep. 1; Sophoteers 2; Serviteers 
3; College Club 4; Resegis 4; 
Freshman Service 1; Intra-mur. 
Sports 1,2,3.4. 



SARAH REBECCA FOWLER 

"Pest" 
Commercial Course: Y-Teens 1, 
3; Freshman Service Club 1; Ser- 
viteers 3; Girls Chorus 3; Gym 
Leader 3. 



ROBERT D. FOX 

"Success Comes to Those Who 

Work For It." 
Science Course: Hi-Y 1; Movie 
Projector Club 1,2; Band 1,2,3; 
Track 3,4; Sophomore Boys Club 
2; Confederate Military History 
Club 4. 



JAMES FULTON 
"Jimmy" 
Science Course: Scrub Basketball 
2; Var. Track 3,4; Football Re- 
serves 4; Movie Projector Club 
2; Math Club 3; Monogram Club 




JANE ELIZABETH GARDNER 

"You'll Never Walk Alone." 
Commercial Course: Freshman 
Service Club 1; Y-Teens 2,3,4; 
Sophoteers 2; Serviteers 3; Re- 
segis 4; College Club 4; Jr. Red 
Cross Rep. 3; Hall Monitor 1. 



JANET GHIRARDINI 
"Jan — one o' de folk." 
Language Course: House of Rep. 
1; Gym Leader 2; Y-Teens 1,2,3, 
4; Dramatics Club 1; Sophoteers 
2; Serviteers 3; Treas. 3; G.A.A. 
2,3,4; College Club 4; Resegis 
4; Alt. Majorette 4; Hall Moni- 
tor 4; Var. Speedball 2,3. 



SARAH LOUISE GILMORE 
"Look not down but up." 
Language Course: G.A.A. 2,3,4; 
Y-Teens 1,4; Freshman Service 
Club 1; Sophoteers 2; Serviteers 
3; College Club 4; Resegis 4; 
N.H.S. 4; Intra-mur. Basketball 
1,2,3; Intra-mur. Volleyball 1,2, 
3; Intra-mur. Speedball 2,3. 



BABETTE LOUISE GIRARD 
"She bubbles incessantly like a 

leaky faucet." 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; French Club 1,2; Hall Moni- 
tor 1,2,3,4; Office Page 4; Fresh- 
man Service Club 1; Sophoteers 
2; Serviteers 3; College Club 4; 
Treas. 4; Resegis 4; Intra-mur. 
Basketball 1,2; Bus. Staff 4; In- 
tra-mur. Badminton Champ 3. 




JEAN IRVIN GOLD 
"A heart of GOLD" 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3, 
4; Freshman Service Club 1; 
Vice-Pres. 1; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; 
Sophoteers 2; Sec. of Class 2; 
Serviteers 3; Hall Monitor 4; 
Office Page 4; Intra-mur. Bas- 
ketball 1,2,3,4; Bus. Staff 4; 
Resegis 4; College Club 4. 



SARAH ANN GOODSON 
"Roily" 
Language Course: Sr. Scribe 4; 
Sr. Marshal 3; College Club 4; 
Resegis 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Black 
and Gold Staff 4; Cireul. Ed. 4; 
Serviteers 3; Sophoteers 2; Hall 
Monitor 2,3; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; 
Jr. Red Cross Rep. 3; Trans, to 
Charlotte, N. C. 4. 



MICHAEL GRAHAM 
"Satch" 
Science Course: Lawrence High 
School 1,2; Thespians 3; Jr. Red 
Cross Rep. 4; Math Club 4; 
Vice-Pres. 4; Ushers Club 3,4. 



MOLLIE ROLINE LEE 
GRAHAM 

"Mollie O — one o' de folk." 
Math Course: Needham Brought- 
ton High School, Raleigh, N. C. 
1,2; Y-Teens 3,4; Serviteers 3; 
College Club 4; Resegis 4; Hall 
Monitor 4. 



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. . our chapel seats 





LINDA GAIL GREEN 

"Count thyself rich when thou 

hast found a friend." 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1,3.4; 
Thespians 1,3; Serviteers 3; Soph- 
oteers 2; College Club 4; Resegis 
4; French Club 3,4; Chorus 1. 



SONDRA JEAN GRIFFIN 

"A subtle grace of heart and 
mind that flows with tactful 
sympathy." 
Language Course: Intra-mur. Bas- 
ketball 1,2,3; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; 
Freshman Service Club 1; Soph- 
oteers 2; Serviteers 3; Resegis 4; 
College Club 4; Office Page 3,4; 
Hall Monitor 4; Jr. Red Cross 
Rep. 3,4. 



JANICE LAMAR GURLEY 

"When you return, you'll find 

me waiting, dear." 
Commercial Course: C.H. Basket- 
ball 1,2,3; Reserves 1,2,3; C.H. 
Glee Club 1,2,3,4; C.H. Softball 
1,2,3; Reserves 1,2,3; S.N.O.M. 
Club 3,4; Vice-Pres. 4. 



DELORES LEE HAMPTON 

"Butch" 
Language Course: Sec. ol Fresh- 
man Class 1; Freshman Service 
Club 1; Sec. 1; Sophoteers 2; 
Sec. 2; Serviteers 3; Sec. 3; Sr. 
Marshal 3; G.A.A. 2; Speedball 
2; Friendliest 4; Resegis 4; Col- 
lege Club 4; Cheerleader 4; Y- 
Teens 1,2,3,4. 





PATSY LOUISE HARDY 
"Ittie Bittie" 
Commercial Course: Mixed Cho- 
rus 1,2; Freshman Service Club 
1; Sophoteers 2; Serviteers 3; Re- 
segis 4; Hall Monitor 3; Library 
Staff 4; Y-Teens 3,4; Girls Glee 
Club 2; A Capella Choir 2. 



CHARLES FREDERICK 
HARPER 

"No Comment." 
Science Course: Football 1,2,3,4; 
Scrub 1; Var. 2,3,4; Jr. Var. Bas- 
ketball 2; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Scrub 
1; Var. 2,3,4; Hi-Y 3,4; Mono- 
gram Club 2,3,4; S.S.C. 3,4; Sec- 
Treas 4; DeMolay; Sophomore 
Boys Club 2; Movie Projector 
Club 1. 



MICHAEL B. HARPER 

"Stellar Collision in Mental 

Space." 

Science Course: Scrub Football 2; 

Hi-Y 1; Chaplain 1; Art Club 1, 

2; Declamation Contest 3, Alt. 



POLLY ANN HARPER 
"Memories Will Linger." 

Commercial Course: Thespians 1; 

Sophoteers 2; Serviteers 3; Hall 

Monitor 3; Resegis 4. 





ANN FRAZIER HARRILL 
"Once, always, and forever, 
Richard." 
Language Course: Majorette 1,2; 
Y-Teens 1,2,3; Freshman Service 
Club 1; Sophoteers 2; Serviteers 
3; Resegis 4; College Club 4; 
Mixed Chorus 3,4; A Capella 
Choir 3,4; Girls Glee Club 3,4; 
Gym Leader 1,2,3; Intra-mur. 
Basketball 1,2,3,4. 



MARY FRANCES HAUSER 
"Talking Box." 
Language Course: Bible Club 1 
Band 1,2,3; Jr. Red Cross Rep 
1; Intra-mur. Basketball 1,2; Ser 
viteers 3; College Club 4; Re 
segis 4. 



MAULTUS EUGENE HICKS 
"Maultey" 
Science Course: Scrub Football 1 
Scrub Baseball 1; Art Club 2,3 
Confederate Military History 4 
Movie Projector Club 1. 



JR. PEGGY ANN HOLLIFIELD 

"Only You, Sonny." 
Commercial Course: Intra-mur. 
Basketball 2; Freshman Service 
Club 1; Sophoteers 2; Serviteers 
3; Resegis 4. 



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planning the 




HARRY WORTH HOLT 

"Cadet" 
Science Course: Confederate Mili- 
tary History Club 4. 



ANNE ELIZABETH HOWELL JAMES GRASON HUDSON, JR. 



"Censored' 
Language Course: Brush and Pal- 
ette Club 1; Y-Teens 1,2; Sopho- 
teers 2; Intra-mur. Softball 1,2, 
3,4; Var. Softball 3; Serviteers 3; 
Hall Monitor 4; College Club 4; 
Resegis 4; G.A.A. 1. 



"Full of Fun and Fancy Free. 
Language Course: Dramatics Club 
2; Math Club 3; French Club 3, 
4; Ushers Club 3,4; Pres. 4. 



PATRICIA ANN HUFF 
"Once, Always, and Forever, 
Jim." 
Commercial Course: Freshman 
Service Club 1; Sophoteers 2; 
Hall Monitor 2; Majorette 1,2; 
Serviteers 3; Football Sponsor 3; 
Intra-mur. Basketball 1,2,3; Ten- 
nis 1,2,3; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Y-Teens 
1,2,3; Resegis 4; College Club 4. 




KENT LOEWE HUFFMAN 
"Possunt, quia posse 
videntur." 
Science Course: Mixed Chorus 1, 
2,3,4; Boys Chorus 2; Photogra- 
phy Club 1,2,3; Advisor 2,3; 
Math Club 4; Pine Whispers 
Staff and Black and Gold Staff 
3,4; Photographer 3,4; DeMolay 
3,4; Preceptor 4; Sr. Deacon 4; 
N.H.S. 4. 



JOHN McKEE HULING 
"Time Flies." 
Language Course: Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; 
Sec. 2; Key Club 3,4; Debating 
Club 1; French Club 3; Jr. Var. 
Football 2,3; Basketball 2,3,4; 
Track 2,3; Sophomore Boys Club 
2. 



LEIGH IRBY 

"Leighberry" 
Science Course: Football 2,3,4; 
Scrub 2,3; Var. 4; Baseball 1,2; 
Jr. Var. 1,2; Track 3,4; Mono- 
gram Club 3,4; Sophomore Boys 
Club 2; S.S.C. 3,4; Hi-Y 3,4; 
Teen-Age Coun. 3,4; Treas. 4. 



SONJA JO ISGETT 
"Judge me by my walk, by my 
talk, by my countenance; for I 

am ashamed of none." 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; Fresh. Service Club 1; Soph- 
oteers 2; Serviteers 3; Hall Mon- 
itor 3; College Club 4; Resegis 4; 
Intra-mur. Basketball 1,2,3,4; In- 
tra-mur. Softball 1,3; Intra-mur. 
Volleyball 2,3,4; Intra-mur. Ten- 
nis 3; French Club 3,4. 






PATRICIA LEE IVESTER 
"The future looks bright ahead.' 
Social Studies Course: Music 1; 
Mixed Chorus 1; Glee Club 1; 
Thespians 2,3,4. 



WILLIS H. JAHNKE 
"Jahnke!" 
Language Course: Football 1,4; 
Jr. High 1; Scrub 4; Scrub Base- 
ball 2,3; Track 3,4; DeMolay 1, 
2,3,4; Band 1,2,3; Orchestra 3; 
Instru. Music Club 1,2,3; Soph- 
omore Boys Club 2. 



MEREDITH PATRICIA JAMES 
"To follow knowledge like a 
sinking star." 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3, 
4; Treas. 2; Bible Club 1; Sopho- 
teers 2; Serviteers 3; Resegis 4; 
French Club 3,4; Pres. 3; Vice- 
Pres. 4; N.H.S. 3,4; Library Staff 
4; Sr. Exec. Comm. 4; "Most 
Intellectual" 4. 



ANNA CHRISTINE JEFFORDS 

"Say it with music." 
Language Course: Thespians 1; 
House of Rep. 1; Sophoteers 2; 
Hall Monitor 2,4; Serviteers 3; 
Pres. 3; French Club 3,4; Treas. 
3; Pres. 4; College Club 4; Pro- 
gram Chr. 4; Resegis 4; Intra- 
mur. Tennis 3; Intra-mur. Soft- 
ball 3; Intra-mur. Basketball 4. 



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spring prom 







GERALD NORMAN JONES 
"Toby" 
Science Course: Var. Baseball 1, 
2,3,4; Basketball 1,2; Jr. Var. 1; 
Var. 2; Football 1,2,3,4; Jr. Var. 
1; Var. 2,3,4; Key Club 2,3,4; 
Treas. 4; Monogram Club 2,3,4; 
V. Pres. 4; Stud. Coun. 4; V. 
Pres. 4; House of Rep. 4; Jr. Red 
Cross Rep. 3; V. Pres. 3; "Most 
Athletic" 4; Hi-Y 2,3,4; V. Pres. 
4; Teen-Age Coun. 2,3,4. 



MARGARET ESTELLE JONES 
"Eager eye and willing ear." 
Language Course: Freshman Serv- 
ice Club 1; Y-Teens 2,3,4; De- 
votional Chm. 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; 
Sophoteers 2; Hall Monitor 3,4; 
Serviteers 3; French Club 3,4; 
Treas. 3,4; College Club 4; Re- 
segis 4; Var. Speedball 2,3; Of- 
fice Page 4; Jr. Red Cross Rep. 4. 



ROBERTA LYNN JONES 
"Robin — one o' de folk." 
Commercial Course: Fulton Jr. 
High School 1; Instru. Music 
Club 2; Sophoteers 2; Y-Teens 
3,4; Serviteers 3; Intra-mur. Bas- 
ketball 3; Intra-mur. Tennis 3; 
College Club 4; Resegis 4; Band 
2,3. 



RONALD KEIGER 

"Ronnie" 
Science Course: Football 1,2,3,4; 
Scrub 1,2,3; Var. 4; Scrub Bas- 
ketball 1,2,3; Track 2,3,4; Var. 
Baseball 1; House of Rep. 2; 
Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Sr. Exec. Comm. 
4; Hi-Y 3,4; Monogram Club 2, 
3,4; Key Club 2,3,4; DeMolay 2, 
3,4; Ushers Club 2,3,4. 




NORMA RUTH KILLIAN 
"The only way to have a 
friend is to be one!" 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3, 
4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Coun. 2,3,4; 
Sophoteers 2; House of Rep. 2; 
Serviteers 3; N.H.S. 3,4; Pres. 
4; College Club 4; Resegis 4; 
Hall Monitor 4; Football Spon- 
sor 4; Var. Speedball 2,3. 



RICHARD LEON KIMBALL, JR. 

"Jape" 

Science Course: Scrub Baseball 2; 

Basketball 3,4; Scrub 3; Mgr. 4; 

Confederate Military History 4. 



RAYMOND R. KIMEL, JR. 
"Punkin" 
Science Course: Baseball 1,2,3,4; 
Jr. Var. 1; Var. 2,3,4; Jr. High 
Football 1; Monogram Club 3,4; 
S.S.C. 3,4; Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; Chap. 
3; Sophomore Boys Club 2. 



CHARLES E. KING 
"Charlie Brown" 
Science Course: Football 1,2,3,4; 
Scrub 1; Var. 2,3,4; Hi-Y 2,3,4; 
Treas. 3; Var. Tennis 1,3; Mono- 
gram Club 3,4; S.S.C. 3,4; Vice- 
Pres. 4; Sophomore Boys Club 2; 
Track 2. 




DANIEL LEWIS KINNEY 
"A quiet tongue is richer 
than a crown." 
General Course: Hi-Y 1; Con- 
federate Military History 4; Track 
3,4. 



ELIZABETH FRANCES KIRK 

"Say it with music." 
Commercial Course: Hanes High 
School 1; Chorus 2,3; Dramatics 
2,3,4; House of Rep. 3. 



ELIZABETH MONROE LAKE 

"Betty" 
Language Course: College Club 4; 
Resegis 4; N.H.S. 3,4; City-wide 
N.H.S. Sec. 4; Football Sponosr 
3; Sr. Marshal 3; Teen-Age 
Coun. 2,3,4; Student Coun. 3; 
Bus. Staff 4; Library Staff 4; 
G.A.A. 2,3,4; Coun. 3; Y-Teens 
1,2,3,4. 



BETTY JANE LEINBACH 

"To one who waits, a 
moment seems a year." 
Language Course: Freshman Serv- 
ice Club 1; Sophoteers 2; Servi-. 
teers 3; College Club 4; Resegis 
4; Band 1,2,3; Orchestra 3,4; 
Softball 2,3; G.A.A. 2,3,4. 



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"Macbeth," term papers 




FORYEST LORDLEY 

"Leave silence to the saints, 
I am but human." 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3, 
4; Freshman Service Club 1; 
Brush and Palette 1; Mixed Cho- 
rus 1; Sophoteers 2; Serviteers 3; 
Intra-mur. Basketball 2; Resegis 
4; College Club 4; Hall Moni- 
tor 4. 



FRANK K. MABRY 

'Once and for always, Ann.' 

Industrial Arts Course. 



BILL MACE 

"48 Anglia" 
Science Course: Model Airplane 
Club 1; Choir 1,2,3,4; Boys 
Choir 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 2; 
Mixed Chorus 1,2; Confederate 
Military History 4. 



CHARLIE A. MARSHALL, JR. 

"General" 
Science Course: Football 1,2,3,4; 
Jr.-Hi 1; Scrub 2; Var. 3,4; 
S.S.C. 4; Hi-Y 3,4; Sophomore 
Boys Club 2; Track 4; Ushers 
Club 3; Confederate Military His- 
tory 4; Monogram Club 4; Base- 
ball 1,2; Jr.-Hi Basketball 1,2. 





BUFORD SAUNDERS 

MARTIN, JR. 

'Once, always, and forever, 

Peggy." 

Industrial Arts Course. 



JEAN BURTON McCLURE 
"Day by day, I want to add 
my share to your memories." 
Language Course: C.H. Basket- 
ball Var. 1,2,3,4; C.H. Cheer- 
leader 2,3,4; Chief 4; Nurse's 
Room Page 3; C.H. Monogram 
Club 4; C.H. Recreation Comm. 
3; U.N. Pilgrimage for Youth 
Winner 3; C.H. S.N.O.M. Club 
1,2,3; Vice-Pres. 3. 



JAMES ALTON McGOWAN, JR. 
"There is magic power in the 
strength of thine own desires." 
Science Course: Asheboro High 
School 1; Scrub Baseball 2; Ten- 
nis Jr. Var. 3; Movie Projector 
Club 2; Radio Club 3; Math 
Club 4. 



RALPH MALLOY McKEITHAN 

"Loy" 
Language Course: Class Vice-Pres. 
1,2; Key Club 1,2,3,4; Sec. 4; 
Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; Treas. 1; Sec. 4; 
Teen-Age Coun. 1,2,3,4; Vice- 
Pres. 4; Monogram Club 2,3,4; 
Football 1,2,3,4; J.V. 1; Scrub 
2; Var. 3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Soph- 
omore Boys Club 2; Basketball 1; 
Baseball 1; Hall Monitor 4. 




CONRAD McLEOD 
"Connie" 
Science Course: Basketball 1,2,3, 
4; J.V. 2,3; Var. 4; Hi-Y 1,2,3, 
4; Treas. 2; Track 3,4; Sopho- 
more Boys Club 2. 



SARA MOSELLE McMILLAN 
"Sir" 
Language Course: N.H.S. 3,4; 
Sec. 4; Library Staff 4; Pres. 4; 
G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Coun. 4; Y- 
Teens 1,2,3,4; Pine Whispers 3, 
4; Black and Gold Sr. Ed. 4; 
College Club 4; Resegis 4; Fresh- 
man Service Club 1; Sophoteers 
2; Pres. 2; Serviteers 3; Business 
Staff 4. 



DALE MESSICK 
"He who rides high must be 
ready to fall." 
Science Course: Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; 
Basketball 1,2,3,4; Jr.-High 1; 
Jr. Var. 2; Var. 3,4; Monogram 
Club 4; Homecoming Escort 4; 
Var. Tennis 3,4; Sophomore Boys 
Club 2. 



BILLYE MARIE MILLER 

"Red's Shadow" 
Language Course: Bible Club 1; 
Freshman Service Club 1; Stu- 
dent Gov. 1,2,4; Sophoteers 2; 
Pine Whispers Staff 2,4; Editor- 
in-Chief 4; Resegis 4; College 
Club 4; Hall Monitor 1; Jr. Red 
Cross Rep. 1; Y-Teens 1,2; Cho- 
rus 1. 



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HENRY BRITTAIN MILLER 

"Music; My feast, present 
and future." 
Language Course: Hi-Y 1,2; 
Ensemble 3,4; State Festival 
Choir 2,3,4; Boys Chorus 2,3,4; 
Chorus 2,3,4; Mixed Chorus 2, 
3.4. 



CLAY JACKSON MITCHELL 

"Sloppy" 
Math Course: C.H. Football 2, 
3,4; Co-Cap't. 3,4; C.H. Basket- 
ball 1,2,3,4; C.H. Baseball 4; 
C.H. Monogram Club 1,2,3,4; 
Sec. 4. 



WILLIAM B. MORROW 

"Je suis ce que je suis." 
Language Course: Var. Debating 
2,3,4; Golf 2,3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; 
DeMolay 3,4; Sr. Counselor 4; 
Instrumental Music 1,4; Debat- 
ing Club 2,3; Hi-Y 1,2; Orches- 
tra 2,3; French Club 3,4; Masque 
and Gavel 2,3,4; N.F.L. 2,3,4; 
Declamation Contest 3,4; First 
Place 3. 



SARAH NELL MURPHY 
"Smiling Irishman." 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3, 
4; Jr. Nom. Comm. 3; Jr. Red 
Cross Rep. 4; G.A.A. 3,4; Fresh- 
man Service Club 1; Sophoteers 
2; Serviteers 3; Resegis 4; Col- 
lege Club 4; Hall Monitor 4; 
Office Page 4; French Club 3,4. 




RICHARD NASH 
"Hash" 
Math Course: Hi-Y 1,2,3; Ushers 
Club 2,3,4; DeMolay 3,4; Mono- 
gram Club 4; Math Club 4; Black 
and Gold Staff 3,4; Photogra- 
pher 4; Photography Club 2,3; 
Golf 2,3,4. 



HELEN KAY NEWPORT 
"Twirlin' Twirlin' 'Ton." 
Home Economics Course: South 
High School, Knoxville, Tennes- 
see 1,2; Thespians 3; Y-Teens 4 
House of Rep. 3; College Club 4 
Resegis 4; Band 3,4; Twirler 4 
Baton Twirling Assoc. 4; Orches- 
tra 3,4. 



MICHAEL NIFONG 

"Mike" 
Science ' Course: Band 1,2,3,4; 
Hi-Y 1,2,3; DeMolay 3,4; Ushers 
Club 3,4: Music Appreciation 1; 
Instru. Music 2; Photography 
Club 3; Math Club 4. 



SARAH LOU NORMAN 

"Determination means success." 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; Freshman Service Club 1; 
Intra-mur. Basketball 1,2,3,4; In- 
tra-mur. Volleyball 2,3; Intra- 
mur. Softball 3; Intra-mur. Ten- 
nis 3; Sophoteers 2; Serviteers 3; 
French Club 3,4; College Club 4; 
Resegis 4; Office Page 4. 




CHARLES RONALD NORWOOD 

"To be, rather than to seem." 
Industrial Arts Course: Scrub Bas- 
ketball 2,4; Ushers Club 3,4; Jr. 
Red Cross Rep. 1; Projector Club 
1; Radio Club 3; Confederate 
Military History 4. 



LAWRENCE F. O'MELIA 
"Nothing is impossible, just 
highly improbable or highly 
impractical." 
Language Course: Movie Projec- 
tor Club 1; French Club 2,3; 
Math Club 3,4. 



GEORGE CLIFFORD PADGETT 

"Sweet Blondie" 
Industrial Arts Course: C.H. Var. 
Football 3,4; C.H. Baseball 3,4; 
C.H. Monogram Club 4; M.Y.F. 
Music Leader. 



JAMES GLEN PADGETT 
"Some sweet October." 
Science Course: C.H. Baseball 3, 
4; C.H. Football 4. 



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MARY JANE PARDUE 
"Janie with the dark brown 
hair." 
Commercial Course: Y-Teens 1,2; 
Freshman Service Club 1 ; Sopho- 
teers 2; Serviteers 3; Resegis 4; 
Hall Monitor 1,2,3; Gym Leader's 
Club 4. 



ROBERT E. PASCHAL 
"Captain Dickhead." 
Science Course: Scrub Football 2; 
Var. Football 4; Confederate Mil- 
itary History 4; Monogram Club 
4; Hammer and Cycle Club 4; 
Track 4; Baseball 2,3; Jr. High 
2; Scrub 3. 



ESTHER ELLEN PATTERSON 
"Once, always, and forever, 
Buddy." 
Language Course: Choir 1,2,3,4; 
Pres. 4; Girls Glee Club 1,2,3,4; 
Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4; State Fes- 
tival Chorus 1,2,3,4; Voice En- 
semble Davidson Group 2,3,4; 
G.A.A. 2,3,4; Coun. 2,3; Thes- 
pians 1,2,3; Var. Speedball 3; 
Var. Basketball 3,4; College Club 
4; Resegis 4; Hall Monitor 4. 



MARY KATHERINE PAUL 
"Kitty" 
Language Course: Cheerleader 3, 
4; Chief 4; Sr. Marshal 3; Chief 
3; N.H.S. 3,4; Most Popular 4; 
Best All Around 4; Football 
Spon. 4; Homecoming Queen; 
House of Rep. 4; Speaker Pro 
Tempore 4; Lib. Staff 3,4; G.A.A. 
1,2,3,4; Coun. 3,4; College Club 
4; Teen-Age Coun. 3,4; Y-Teens 
1,2,3,4; Hi-Y Spon. 4. 




RONALD OWEN PENNSYLE 
"Hitch your wagon to a star." 
Science Course: Photography 
Club 3; Pres. 3; Tennis 3; Mixed 
Chorus 1,2,3,4; Math Club 4; 
Pres. 4. 



JOSEPH LEE PERRY 
"Finally" 
Science Course: Baseball 1,2,3; 
Mid. 1; Jr. Var. 2,3; Football 1, 
2; Mid. 1; Jr. Var. 2; Hi-Y 2, 
3,4; Math Club 3; Sophomore 
Boys Club 2: S.C.A. Club 4; 
Confederate Military History 4. 



LINDA LU PETERSON 
"Lindy — one o' de folk." 
General Course: Wilkes Central 
High School, Wilkesboro, N. C. 
2; Dramatics 1; Orchestra 1,4; 
Color Guard 4; Serviteers 3; Re- 
segis 4; College Club 4; Gym 
Leader 1,3; Y-Teens 1,4; Intra- 
mur. Basketball 1,3; Jr. Red 
Cross Rep. 1,3. 



JOYCE ALLIN PETREE 

"Julia's Shadow" 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; Freshman Service Club 1; 
Recept. 2; Sophoteers 2; Servi- 
teers 3; College Club 4; Resegis 
4; Intra-mur. Basketball 1,2,3,4; 
Intra-mur. Softball 3. 





JULIA ANN PETREE 
"Joyce's Shadow" 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3, 
4; Freshman Service Club 1; 
Nurses's Room Page 4; Sopho- 
teers 2; Serviteers 3: College 
Club 4; Resegis 4; Intra-mur. 
Basketball 1,2,3,4; Intra-mur. 
Softball 3; Jr. Red Cross Rep. 4. 



WILMA JEAN PETTY 

"You'll never walk alone." 
Language Course: Bible Club 1; 
Band 1,2,3; Serviteers 3; Resegis 
4; Basketball 1,2; College Club 4. 



SARA GRAY PFAFF 
"The lady takes a sailor." 
Language Course: Sophoteers 2; 
Serviteers 3; Resegis 4; Hall 
Monitor 3,4; Jr. Red Cross Rep. 
4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; College Club 
4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Officials Club 
4; Speedball 1,2,3,4; Softball 1, 
2,3,4; Gym Leader 2,3. 



ANNE DAVIS PHELPS 
"Pepsi" 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3, 
4; Inter-Club Coun. 4; Freshman 
Service Club 1; Jr. Red Cross 
Rep. 1; Sophoteers 2; Serviteers 
3; French Club 3,4; Sec. 3; Black 
and Gold Staff 3,4; Jr. Ed. 3; Sr. 
Ed. 4; Pine Whispers Staff 3,4; 
Resegis 4; College Club 4; Hall 
Monitor 3,4; Office Page 4. 



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MARTHA JOAN PIERCE 

"Be merry if you are wise." 
Math Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; 
Freshman Service Club 1; Sopho- 
teers 2; Serviteers 3; College Club 
4; Resegis 4; Intra-mur. Basket- 
ball 2. 



FRANCES ELOISE PLEMMONS 
'Darling, Delightful, and Devilish. 
Language Course: G.A.A. 3,4; 
Coun. 3,4; Pres. 4; Most Athletic 
4; Wittiest 4; Football Spon. 4; 
House of Rep. 2; Speedball 2,3, 
4; Intra-mur; Var.; Co-Capt. 4; 
Basketball 3,4; Var.; Intra-mur.; 
Sophoteers 2; Serviteers 3; Y- 
Teens 4; Resegis 4; College Club 
4. 



ALBERT JAMES POST 
"Albie" 
Science Course: Football 1,2,3,4 
Jr. High 1; Scrub 2; Var. 3,4 
Basketball 1,3,4; Jr. High 1 
Scrub 4; Track 3,4; Baseball 1,2 
Jr. High 1: Scrub 2; DeMolay 1 
2,3,4; S.S.C. 3,4; Monogram Club 
4; Band 1,2; Instru. Music Club 
1,2; Sophomore Boys Club 2; 
College Day Page 4. 



KATHLEEN LOU POWELL 

"Kathy" 
Language Course: Punahou Sch., 
Honolulu, Hawaii 12; Serviteers 
3; Resegis 4; Y-Teens 3,4; G.A.A. 
3,4; Var. Speedball 3,4; Co- 
Capt. 4; College Club 4; Jr. Red 
Cross Rep. 4; Var. Tennis 3,4; 
Hall Monitor 4; National Honor 
Society 4; Rainbow Girls 3,4. 



• / -,/ •-' •- ;.; " 






PAUL EUGENE PRICE, JR. 
"Dook!" 
Science Course: Jr. High Foot- 
ball 1; Sophomore Boys Club 2; 
Confederate Military History Club 
4. 



BINNIE PULLIAM 
"The 'littlest' chief!" 
Language Course: A Capella 
Choir 1,2,3,4; Girls Glee Club 
1,2,3,4; Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4; 
Re-Bops, Vocalist 3; Majorette 
3,4; Chief 4; Nat. Poetry Antho- 
logy 3; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Drama- 
tics 1,2; Serviteers 3; College 
Club 4; Resegis 4; Sr. Marshal 3. 



PATTILLO GAY RAMSEUR 

"Smiling through." 
Language Course: Freshman Serv- 
ice Club 1; Sophoteers 2; Servi- 
teers 3; Resegis 4; College Club 
4; Hall Monitor 3,4; Office Page 
4; Jr. Red Cross 1; Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; Mixed Chorus 1; Intra-mur. 
Speedball 1. 



JACQUELINE RASH 
"Until Death Do We Part." 
Commercial Course: Freshman 
Service Club 1; Sophoteers 2; 
Serviteers 3; Y-Teens 1,2,3; Re- 
segis 4; Jr. Red Cross 3; Sewing 
Club 4. 




JUDITH LYNN REID 
"Reaching For A Star." 
Commercial Course: Freshman 
Service Club 1; Sophoteers 2; 
Gym Leaders Club 1,2; Band 1, 
2; Serviteers 3; House of Rep. 4; 
College Club 4; Resegis 4; Sup- 
ply Room Clerk 4; Hall Monitor 
4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4. 



JAMES ALEXANDER RICE 
"Injun" 
Science Course: Football 1,2,3,4; 
Jr. High 1; Var. 2,3,4; Co-Capt. 
4; Basketball Jr. High 1; Jr. Var. 
2; Baseball 1,2; Jr. High 1; 
Scrubs 2; Track 2,3,4; Monogram 
Club 3,4; Sophomore Boys Club 
2; Hi-Y 2,3,4; S.S.C. 2,3,4; Ham- 
mer and Cycle Club 1. 



BROCK RIDGE 

"Meth" 
Mathematics Course: C.H. Foot- 
ball Var. 2,3,4; C.H. Baseball 
Var. 1,2,3,4. 



SAMUEL EDWARD RIDGE 

"To the Ends of the... -Earth." 
Mathematics Course: C.H. Foot- 
ball Var. 1,2,3,4; C.H. Baseball 
Var. 1,2,3,4; C.H. Basketball Var. 
2,3; Movie Projector Club 3; 
Pres. 3; C.H. Monogram Club 1, 
2,3,4. 



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. . . anxious hopes 




CHARLES RIX 

"Chuck" 
Science Course: Football 1,2,3.4; 
Scrub 1; Var. 2,3,4; Baseball 
Scrub 1,2; Track 2,3,4; Math 
Club 3; Confederate Military His- 
tory 4; Monogram Club 4. 



ROSS ROGERS RULAND 

"Buzzard" 
Science Course: Football 2,3,4; 
Scrub 2; Var. 3,4; Track Var. 
1,2,3,4; DeMolay 3,4; Monogram 
Club 3,4; Sophomore Boys Club 
2. 



LARRY WAYNE SAPP 

"Sapp" 
Science Course: Basketball 1,2, 
3,4; Jr. High 1; Scrubs 2,3,4; 
Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; Sophomore Boys 
Club 2; Golf 4; Homecoming Es- 
cort 4. 



LARRY SAVAGE 
"Becky" 
Science Course: Scrub Football 
1,2,3; Scrub Baseball 1,2,3. 




JERRY SELDIN 

"Character is what you are 
in the dark." 
Science Course: Long Beach Poly- 
technic High School, Long Beach, 
California 2; DeMolay 3,4. 



JUDITH ALECTOR SHAFFNER 

"Judy" 
Language Course: Freshman Serv- 
ice Club 1; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Dra- 
matics Club 2,3; G.A.A. 3,4; 
French Club 3,4; Hall Monitor 
4; Jr. Red Cross 4; Resegis 4; 
College Club 4; Intra-mur. Bas- 
ketball 1,2,3,4; Intra-mur. Ten- 
nis 2,3,4. 



NANCY SHEPPARD 
"Cheez, what a creep!" 
Commercial Course: Portsmouth 
Ohio High School 1,2,3; Resegis 
4; Dramatics 4; Nurse's Room 
Page 4. 



HENRY MARSHALL SIMPSON 

"Smiley" 
Language Course: C.H. Football 
3,4; Var. 3,4; C.H. Baseball 2,3, 
4; Var. 2,3,4; C.H. Basketball 
3,4; Var. 3,4; C.H. Monogram 
Club 4; Movie Projector Club 1; 
Sophomore Boys Club 2; Con- 
federate Military History 4. 






NANCY LOUISE SLEATH 
"Heaven Is In My Heart." 
Social Studies Course: Abraham 
Lincoln High School, San Fran- 
cisco, Calif. 1,2,3; Rainbow Girls 
4; Worthy Adviser 4; Grand Love 
to N. C. 4; Superlative, "Best 
Looking" 4. 



CAROL SMITH 
"The days of our youth are 
the days of our glory." 
Commercial Course: Y-Teens 1, 
2,3,4; Freshman Service Club 1; 
Sophoteers 2; Serviteers 3; Re- 
segis 4; Majorette 3,4; Gym 
Leader 1 . 



DAVID SPACH 
"Home is the hunter, home 

from the hills." 
Science Course: Football 1,2,3,4; 
Var. 1,2,3,4: Baseball 1,2,3,4; 
Va. 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 1, 
2,3,4; Key Club 1,2,3,4. 



LAURA KATHRYN SPRINKLE 

"Kitty" 
Language Course: Jr. Red Cross 
Rep. 1,2; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Sec. 
1,2,3; Sophoteers 2; Serviteers 3; 
College Club 4; Resegis 4; Busi- 
ness Staff 4; Library Staff 4; 
Football Sponsor 4; Sr. Exec. 
Comm. 4; Sr. Class Sec. 4; N.H,S. 
4. 



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VIRGINIA STAPLES 
"Life in bright pastels." 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3, 
4; College Club 4; Resegis 4 
Office Page 3,4; Jr. Red Cross 4 
French Club 3,4; Serviteers 3 
Sophoteers 2; Brush and Pallette 
Club 1; Intra-mur. Basketball 1, 
2,3,4. 



NANCY LEE STARBUCK 

"Nancy" 
Language Course: Brush and Pall- 
ette Club 1,2; Office Page 2; 
Serviteers 3; Y-Teens 3; French 
Club 3,4; College Club 4. 



C. CARY STEADMAN, III 
"Broke Again" 
Science Course: Football 2; Scrub 
2; Ushers Club 3,4; Radio Club 
3; Pres. 3; Sophomore Boys 
Club 2. 



NANCY ELIZABETH STEWART 
"Her eyes as stars of 
twilight fair." 
Language Course: Office Page 1; 
Y-Teens 1,2,3; G.A.A. 2,3; Fresh- 
man Service Club 1 ; Sophoteers 
2; Serviteers 3; College Club 4; 
French Club 3,4; Hall Monitor 
4; Resegis 4; N.H.S. 4; Intra- 
mur. Softball 1,2,3. 




CARL HUGH STINE 

"Curly" 
Science Course: Hi-Y 1,2; Music 
Appreciation Club 1,2; Orchestra 
1,2,3; Ushers Club 3,4. 



SARAH LOU SUTTON 
"I have seen the past, I love 
the present, and I am waiting 

for the future." 
Language Course: N.H.S. 3,4; 
Quill and Scroll 3,4; Y-Teens 1, 
2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Business 
Staff 4; Pine Whispers Staff 2, 
3,4; Resegis 4; College Club 4; 
French Club 3,4; Serviteers 3; 
Office Page 1; Thespians 1. 



HILDA SWING 

"Swing and sway up Illinois 
way." 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3, 
4; Football Sponsor 2; G.A.A. 2, 
3,4; College Club 4; Mixed Cho- 
rus 1,2; Jr. Red Cross 2; Speed- 
ball Var. 2; Softball Var. 2,3; 
Freshman Service Club 1; Sopho- 
teers 2; Serviteers 3; Resegis 4. 



LILLIAN GERTRUDE TALBERT 
"To strive, to seek, to find, 
and not to yield." 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3, 
4; Thespians 2,3; Resegis 4; Col- 
lege Club 4; Art Club 1; Recita- 
tion Contest 3; Intra-mur. Bas- 
ketball 1,2; Tennis 2. 





MARTHA LYNNE TEACHEY 
"With a song in my heart 
for you." 
Language Course: Girls Glee Club 
1,2,3,4; Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4 
Choir 2,3,4; Corr. Sec. 3,4 
French Club 3,4; Thespians 1 
Sophoteers 2; Choral Ensemble 
Club 3; College Club 4; Resegis 
4; Y-Teens 1. 



JAMES TERRELL 

"Jimmy" 

General Course. 



BETSY CAROL THACKER 

"From a school ring to a 

wedding ring." 

Language Course: New York 1, 

2,3; Resegis 4. 



ANN MELCHOR THOMAS 
"J. H. Winkle" 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3, 
4; House of Rep. 1,4; G.A.A. 2, 
3,4; Var. Tennis 1,2,3,4; Fresh- 
man Service Club 1; Sophoteers 
2; Serviteers 3; Resegis 4; Col- 
lege Club 4; Bus. Staff 4; Foot- 
ball Spon. 4. 



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election of marshals 




LINDA LEE TISE 
"Music, music, music." 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 1, 
2,3,4; Sec. 4; Color Guard 2,3,4; 
Chief 4; Serviteers 3; Instru. 
Music 2,3; Concert Band 3; Gym 
Leader 2; Bus. Staff 4; College 
Club 4; Resegis 4; All-State Or- 
chestra 2,3,4. 



PEGGY WOOD TROUTMAN 
"Once, always, and forever, Bill." 
Commercial Course: Orchestra 1, 
2; Music Appreciation 1; Thes- 
pians 3; Resegis 4. 



THOMAS ROBERTS TUCKER 
"T. T." 

Science Course: Hall Monitor 1; 
Freshman Boys Club 1; Sopho- 
more Boys Club 2; House of Rep. 
3,4; Demolay 3,4; Hi-Y 3,4; 
Radio Club 3; Confederate Mili- 
tary History 4. 



ELEANOR FRANCES TURNAGE 
"Up we go into the wild 
blue yonder." 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3 
4; Vice-Pres. 3; Treas. 4; Sopho 
teers 2; Bible Club 1,3; Pres. 3; 
G.A.A. 3; French Club 3,4; Pres. 
3,4; Resegis 4; Chairman 4; Col- 
lege Club 4; Hall Monitor 4 
Intra-mur. Basketball 2,3; Intra- 
mur. Tennis 3; Intra-mur. Soft- 
ball 3; N.H.S. 4. 




RICHARD TURNER 

"Farmer" 
General Course: Band 1,2,3,4; 
Orchestra 2,3,4; Re-Bops 1,2,3,4; 
Instru. Music Club 1,2,3; Hi-Y 
1,2,3,4; S.S.C. 4; Football 1,2; 
Mid. 1; Scrub 2; Jr. High Basket- 
ball 1; Scrub Baseball 2,3; Con- 
federate Military History 4. 



TOMMY TURNER 

"Captain Bear" 
Science Course: Football 2,3,4; 
Jr. Var. 2: Scrub 3; Var. 4; 
Track 2,3,4; Scrub Basketball 3, 
4; Key Club 2,3,4; Hi-Y 2,3,4; 
Monogram Club 4; DeMolay 1, 
2,3,4; Confederate Military His- 
tory 2; Ushers Club 3,4; Baseball 
2,3; Jr. High 2; Scrub 3; Ham- 
mer and Cycle Club 1; Sopho- 
more Boys Club 2. 



VIRGINIA TYACK 
"Ginny" 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3, 
4; Freshman Service Club 1; 
Sophoteers 2; Serviteers 3; Re- 
segis 4; College Club 4; Sr. Exec. 
Comm. 4; Basketball 1; Tennis 
2,3; French Club 4; Speedball 2; 
Office Page 4. 



BARBARA BLAIR 
UNDERWOOD 

"Lo, the door swings wide 
at my knocking." 
Language Course: D.M.T. Jr. 
High School, Statesville, N. C. 1; 
N.H.S. 3,4; Chaplain 4; College 
Club 4; Y-Teens 3,4; Pres. 4; 
G.A.A. 3,4; Coun. 4; A Capella 
Choir 2; Var. Basketball 3,4; Re- 
segis 4; Jr. Red Cross 3; Servi- 
teers 3; Sophoteers 2. 





KATHRYN PAGE VALENTINE 

"Someone be my valentine." 
Language Course: Wilson High 
School, Wilson, N. C. 1,2,3; Y- 
Teens 4; Resegis 4; College Club 
4; Chorus 4. 



HERBERT DALE VAUGHAN 

"Too much monkey business." 
Industrial Arts Course: Printing 
1,2,3; Band 1,2. 



MARY JACQUELINE VAUGHAN 
"Life's a lovely thing to know." 
Language Course: Freshman Serv- 
ice Club 1; Sophoteers 2; Servi- 
teers 3; Resegis 4; College Club 
4; Vice-Pres. 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; 
Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Vice-Pres. 1; 
Social Chr. 2; Pres. 3; Sr. Mar- 
shal 3; Library Staff 4; Football 
Sponsor 4; Business Staff 4; 
Stud. Coun. 2,4; Treas. 2. 



ELLEN REGIS VICKERS 

"Eat, drink, and be Ellen." 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3, 
4; Freshman Service Club 1; 
Sophoteers 2; Serviteers 3; Re- 
segis 4; College Club 4; Jr. Red 
Cross Rep. 3; Hall Monitor 3; 
Intra-mur. Speedball 3; Office 
Page 1,4. 



Page Twenty-Eight 



. . . the senior picnic 






BARBARA KAY VOSS 
"Stairway to the stars." 
Commercial Course: Girls Chorus 
1,2,3,4; Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4; 
Music Appreciation Club 1; 
Sophoteers 2; Serviteers 3; Re- 
segis 4. 



ELLA CANNON WALKER 
"Baby" 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; Freshman Service Club 1; 
Sophoteers 2; Serviteers 3; Gym 
Leader 3; Hall Monitor 3; 
Nurse's Room Page 2; House of 
Rep. 2. 



MARY JANE WALL 
"Bob" 
Commercial Course: C.H. Basket- 
ball; Jr. Var. 1,2,3,4; C.H. Soft- 
ball 1,2,3,4; Jr. Var. 1,2; Var. 
3,4; C.H. Glee Club 1,2,3,4; 
C.H. Cheerleader 3; C.H. Basket- 
ball 3. 



HILDA WARFFORD 

"Forever warm and winning 
in her way." 
Language Course: Orchestra 1,2, 
3,4; All-State Orchestra 3,4; Y- 
Teens 3; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Intra- 
mur. Basketball 1,2,3,4; College 
Club 4; Resegis 4; Sophoteers 2; 
Serviteers 3; Music Appreciation 
1; Jr. Red Cross Rep. 2; Hall 
Monitor 2,4; Band 4. 




BARBARA JEAN WARFORD 
"To err is human, to 
forgive divine." 
Language Course: Stud. Gov. 3,4; 
Speaker 4; Sec. 3; Cheerleader 3, 
4; Assist. Chief 4; Majorette 1,2; 
D.A.R. Good Citizen 4; Girls' 
State Rep. 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; 
Lib. Staff 3,4; Freshman Class 
Treas. 1; Football Spon. 4; Sr. 
Marshal 3;Teen-Age Coun. 1,2, 
3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; Hi-Y Spon. 



NORMA STARZETTE WARREN 
"Gloriously Dark — as a star that 

glistens with glorification." 
Science Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; 
Freshman Service Club 1; Soph- 
oteers 2; Serviteers 3; College 
Club 4; Resegis 4; Jr. Red Cross 
Rep. 1,2,3,4; Gym Leaders Club 
1; Hall Monitor 3. 



RAYMOND R. WEIDLER 
"The quiet mind is richer 
than a crown." 
Science Course: Greensboro High 
School 1; Football Var. Manager 
2; Basketball Var. Manager 2,3,4; 
Track 3,4; Hi-Y 3,4; Monogram 
Club 4; DeMolay 4; Sophomore 
Boys Club 2; Homecoming Es- 
cort 4. 



NANCY KATHRYN WEST 
"Painting a life of beauty." 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2 
Freshman Service Club 1; Sopho 
teers 2; Serviteers 3; Resegis 4 
College Club 4; House of Rep 
2,3; House Court 2,3; Treas. 2 
Jr. Rep. 3; Student Coun. 4; Sr 
Marshal 3; Lib. Staff 3,4; Sec 
3; G.A.A. 1,2; Var. Tennis 4. 




WATT CHAMBERS WHITE, JR. 

"Llama" 
Language Course: Football 1,2,3, 
4; Jr. High 1; Scrub 2; Var. 3, 
4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Jr. Var. 2; 
Scrub 3; Var. 4; Track 3,4; 
Monogram Club 4; Hi-Y 1,2,3, 
4; Pres. 1; Vice Pres. 4; Class 
Pres. 2,3,4; .Student Coun. 2,3; 
House Court 1; Teen- Age Coun. 
3,4; Most Popular 4; Kadoes 3,4; 
Vice Pres. 3. 



STEPHANIE ANN WILLIAMS 

"Step" 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3, 
4; Jr. Red Cross Rep. 4; College 
Club 4; Resegis 4; Serviteers 3; 
Intra-mur. Basketball 2,3; Intra- 
mur. Tennis 2,3; Hall Monitor 4; 
Thespians 2; Freshman Service 
Club I. 



ROGER MORE WILLIS 
"Deh! Non m'abbandonar." 
Language Course: Thespians 1,2, 
3,4; Carolina Drama Festival 
Delegate 1; French Club 3,4; 
Sec. 4. 



GERALDINE BEATTIE WILSON 

"John's for ever and a day." 
Commercial Course: Freshman 
Service Club 1; Jr. Red Cross 
Rep. 1; Y-Teens 2,3; Sophoteers 
2; Serviteers 3; Resegis 4; Col- 
lege Club 4. 



Page Tiventy-Nine 



. . . class day 




FELIX FRANKLIN WILSON 

"Fat Boy" 
Science Course: Football 1,2,3,4; 
Scrub 2,3; Var. 1,4; Basketball 
1,2,3,4; Var. Mgr. 1,2,3,4; Base- 
ball 1,2,3,4; Var. Mgr. 1; Key 
Club 4; Ushers Club 3,4; Hi-Y 
1,2; Football Escort 3; Monogram 
Club 3,4; Movie Projector Club 
1; Sophomore Boys Club 2. 



ROBERT LIVINGSTON 
WINSOR, JR. 

"Esquire" 
Language Course: Football 1,2,3 
4; Scrub 1; Var. 2,3,4; Sopho 
more Boys Club 2; Hi-Y 2,3,4 
Track 2,3,4; Key Club 2,3,4 
Confederate Military History 4 
Scrub Basketball 1,2; Pine Whis 
pers Staff 3,4; Boys Sports Ed. 4 
DeMolay 1,2,3,4; Monogram 
Club 4; Jr.-Sr. Committee 3. 



JOYE MAE WOLFE 

"Treasure of love." 
Social Studies Course: Carr Jr. 
High, Durham, N. C. 1; Sopho- 
teers 2; Serviteers 3; Jr. Red 
Cross Rep. 2; Resegis 4. 



JUDITH MARIAN WOLFF 
"Aunt Judy" 
Language Course: Intra-mur. Bas- 
ketball 1,2,3; Orchestra 1,2,3,4; 
Band 3,4; Hall Monitor 4; 
G.A.A. 3,4; College Club 4. 




DONALD BARRY WOOD 

"A Democrat for Adlai 
and Estes." 
Language Course: Movie Projec- 
tor Club 1; French Club 3,4; 
Midget Football 1; Track 3,4; 
Confederate Military History 4; 
Ushers Club 4; United Nations 
Contest 3; Sophomore Boys Club 
2; Radio Club 3. 



GEORGIA BURWELL 
WOODWARD 

'White caps and doctor's orders. 
Language Course: G.A.A. 2,3,4 
Library Staff 4; Serviteers 3; Var 
Softball 3; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Of 
fice Page 2; Jr. Red Cross Rep 
2,3; Hall Monitor 4; College 
Club 4; Sophoteers 2; Resegis 4; 
Business Staff 4. 




JULIA ANN YOKELEY 
"I dream of the future with 
stars in my eyes." 
Mathematics Course: Y-Teens 1, 
2,3,4; Freshman Service Club 1; 
Sophoteers 2; Serviteers 3; Hall 
Monitor 3; College Club 4; Re- 
segis 4; Intra-mur. Basketball 1, 
2,3,4; Intra-mur. Softball 1,3,4; 
Intra-mur. Volleyball 2,3,4; In- 
tra-mur. Tennis 3,4; Intra-mur. 
Speedball 3. 



Page Thirty 






election of scribes and mascots 








SENIOR SCRIBES 

Front row: G. Talbert, C. Creech, P. Dunn, J. Church. Back row: B. Morrow, D. Edwards, T. Colvin. 



SENIOR CLASS MASCOT 

Stanley Forester, brother of Alice Forester, 



SENIOR CLASS SPONSOR 

Miss Hazel Stephenson 




SENIOR EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

First row: R. Keiger, G. Boss. Second row: W. White, L. Ezzell, G. Tyack, T. Colvin, B. Flinton, K. Sprinkle, P. James. 



Page Thirty-One 



. . . the election of our 





BEST ALL ROUND 
Kitty Paul and George Boss 



MOST INTELLECTUAL 

Frank Ballance and Pat James 





BEST LOOKING 

Frank Davis and Nancy Sleath 



FRIENDLIEST 

Phillip Duggins and Butch Hampton 



Pane Thirty-Two 



1957 superlatives 




« "" ■ ■ ;■ ,:■ '■■■.. 




MOST ATHLETIC 
Frankie Plemmons and Toby Jones 



MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED 

Linda Dickson and Tommy Colvin 





MOST POPULAR 

Kitty Paul and Watt White 



WITTIEST 

Buddy Buchanan and Frankie Plemmons 



Page Thirty-Three 



. . . the many honors awarded. 




Bobbie Warford, D.A.R. Good Citizen, works on her paper for the contest. 



Alice Forester, a senior in Miss Hazel Stephen- 
son's homeroom was voted Student of the Year 
by the journalism students. 




Page Thirty-Four 




Our junior year 



JUNIOR OFFICERS 



B. Chambers, pres.; W. Turner, treas.; C. Benbow, sec; 
R. Bender, vice-pres. 



SUSAN ABERNETHY 
PEGGY AGEE 
SAM ALLEN 
KAY ANGEL 

AUDREY ANTHONY 
STEVE AVERITT 



BILL AVERY 

WALTON AVERY 
ANNA BAIR 
DONNA BARBER 
JOE BASS 

CAROLYN BAUGH 



JIM BEARD 

CAROLYN BENBOW 
RALPH BENDER 
COLVIN BESSONETTE 
WAYLAND BLAKE 
JULIE BLACKWOOD 



HELYN BOST 

CHARLES BOWDEN 
NANCY BOWERS 
BOBBY BROWN 
JIMMY BROWN 
KAY BROWN 



CLARA BUCHANAN 
BUCKY BUCKALEW 
TED BUDDINE 
BILL BUELL 
GAYLE BULL 
BEVERLY BUNN 



WAYNE BURTON 
JUDY BUTLER 
TOMMY BUTNER 
STEPHEN CALOWAY 
JULIA CARR 

CAROLYN CARRIKER 




Page Thirty-Five 



with all the excitement 



ROBERT CARTER 
WILSON CARTER 
BOB CHAMBERS 
LARRY CHAPMAN 

SALLY ANN CHAPPLE 
GRADY CHATMAN 



DARRELL CHEEK 

HARRY CLARK 

JEAN CLARY 

SANDRA CLOUSE 

JOHNNY CLINARD 

DAVID COBB 



ANNA CONRAD 
JOAN CONRAD 

MERILEE CONRAD 
BARRY COOK 
VANCE CORDELL 
CHRIS CRANDELL 



JUDY CREWS 
LAMAR CREWS 
PATRICIA CREWS 
PEGGY CRYNER 
JOHN CURLEE 
NICKIE DAVES 



BEEBE DAVIS 
JERRY DAVIS 

LINWOOD DAVIS 
MEB DAVIS 
MIKE DAVIS 

RICHARD DAVIS 



JANE DEATON 

MARTHA LOU DILLON 
BONNIE DOWELL 
BETTY EARP 
SARAH EBERT 
LOUISE EPIRD 



CHARLES ELKINS 
MARTHA ELLER 
CARLENE ELLIOT 
RONALD ENDERS 
JERRY ESSIC 
JERRY EVANS 



MARTHA EVANS 
BILL FARRELL 
FRED FOWLER 
CHRIS FRENCH 
TERA FRIZELLE 
JAYNE FUTRELL 



FRANKLIN GAMBLE 
KATHRYN GARNER 
AURELIA GIBSON 
ROBERT GILL 
DAVID GOODE 
JULIE GOODWIN 



*m *m, gmm, 





t£^:,Ll I. 

W -< If sb ri 




Page Thirty-Six 



. . . fun and study 



ALICE GRANT 

VIRGINIA GRIFFITH 
TEM HAGER 
FRANCES HANKS 
JOANN HANKS 
LINDA HARDIE 



MARJORIE HARP 
JIM HART 

JEAN HAUSER 
BROOKS HA WORTH 
PHYLLIS HAYES 
JANICE HECHT 



JUDY HEINZ 
PAUL HEIST 

ANITA HELTON 
GLADYS HENRY 
CAROL HESTER 
JULIA HOBSON 



MARGARET HOBSON 
CECIL HOLCOMB 
BOB HOLDER 
JOHN HOPKINS 

ROLLAND HOUSTON 
MARY LOUISE HURST 



STAN HUTCHESON 

SANDRA IVEY 

BILL JACKSON 

CAROLYN JARVIS 

JERRY JESTER 

KATHERINE JONES 



MAC JONES 

CHIP JOHNSON 

JOHNNY JOHNSON 
JUDY JOHNSON 

NORRIS JOHNSTON 
CHARLES KAPP 



HOWARD KELLY 
VIRGINIA KEY 
KAY KIRBY 
LINDA KIRBY 
JUDY KOELMEL 
JERRY LACKEY 



CARLOS LEWIS 
GAITHER LEWIS 
CATHY LITTLE 
WESLEY LIVENGOOD 
GARY LONG 

NEAL LOWRANCE 



BOBBY LOYD 

MARY MADDREY 
JIMMY MANUEL 
ANN MARSHALL 

JACK MARSHBANKS 
JOHNNY MARTIN 







Page Tbirty-Seven 



. . . planning and decorating 



bobby mayer 
elizabeth mccanless 
jean Mcdowell 

FRANKIE McGEHEE 
JULIAN McKENZIE 
MARTHA McKENZIE 



NORMA JEAN McMILLAN 
GAIL MELTON 
JIMMY MOORE 
STEPHEN MOORE 
PAULA MORAN 

JOHNNY MORROW 



CAROL MUNROE 
JERRY MURDOCK 
MARTHA MYERS 
PAT MYERS 

PHILLIP NANZETTA 
WANDA NEA1 



ANNE NEWTON 
KATHY NORFLEET 
GLENN PADGETT 
DAVID PAGE 

MERRY GORDON PANNILL 
BENNY PARKS 



GLENYCE PASS 
MARTHA PAYNE 
RICHARD PAYNE 
NANCY PEYTON 
EDDIE PLEASANTS 
BENNY PLITT 



ANN POLEY 

GEORGE POULOS 
BETTY PTACEK 
BOB RIKE 

MARY ALICE ROBERTS 
MICHAEL ROBERTSON 



SONJA ROBERTSON 
•PAUL ROLLINS 
LUCY RUDOLPH 
JERRY RUSSELL 
FRANK SAUNDERS 
LARRY SAVAGE 



SALLY SCHELL 
SUE SCHELL 

DON SHAFFNER 
RAN SHAFFNER 
ROBIN SHAHAN 
JEROME SHAPIRO 



ANN SHEETS 
ANN SHELTON 
HELEN SHORE 
MARJORIE SLEATH 
DORIS SMITH 
JEAN SMITH 




Page Thirty-Eight 



. . . for the junior-senior. 






JERRY SMITH 
TOMMY SMITH 
LYNN SMITHER 
HOMER SNOW 

RICHARD SPAINHOUR 
JOHN SPEIGHT 



MIKE SPRINKLE 

NANCY STARTSMAN 
JACKIE STEELE 
LINDA STOCKTON 
NINA STOKES 

MARTHA TALLEY 



NORTON TENNILLE 
BOBBY THOMAS 
DEANNA THOMAS 
RUTH THOMAS 
ED THOMPSON 
GAY TODD 



ANN TRAVIS 
JANE TRAVIS 

NANCY TRIVETTE 
DIANNE TUTTLE 

HUNTER VALENTINE 
ANN VANCE 



JUDY VERMILYA 
BOB VORHEES 
KIKI VOSS 
DOUGLAS WALKER 
CHARLES WATSON 
BILL WEAVER 



BENJY WLLSON 

RANDY WILSON 
RONNIE WISE 
EMMA JEAN ZIMMERMAN 

LARRY ZIMMERMAN 



J erf " - 





Heads of Committees discuss theme for Junior-Senior. 




K. Norfleet, B. Voorhees, E. Pleasants, and M. Payne make 
plans with Miss Martin. 



Page Thirty-Nine 



Our sophomore year 




10LS1 — 10G1 

First row: B. Dunn, M. Higgins, S. Glenn, E. Ray, K. Mottsinger, J. Heckard, K. Blackwell, L. Wall, C. Turner, C. Fletcher, C. Finwall, M. Morris J. 
Swartout. Second row. C. Nicholas, E. Helsabeck, A. Strader, S. Powers, P. Stephenson, J. Fearrington, R. Thomas, B. Horn, C. Lineberger, G. Saunders 
A. Sarratt, J. Norman, B. Wallin, J. Lewis. Third row: S. Turner, D. Pratt, J. Kelsey, M. Kirby, B. Morrison, S. Rice, M. Martin, M. Chew, M. Owings 
L. Tesh, M. Frye, A. Herring, J. Peace. Fourth row: C. Blackburn, B. Wallace^ E. Maddrey, B. James, E. Kimel, R. L. Stuger, M. Boles, T. Jacobs^ 8, jleed. 
Fifth row: D. Bryant, D. Foltz, J. Davis, N. Senkus. Sixth row: F. Vestal, J. McMichael, E. Mock, R. Swain, B. Clingman. Seventh row G Sprinkle 
F. Tullock, T. Cummings, J. Reich, G. Durham, C. Hunt, D. Simpson, E. Holder. 




10LS2 — 10LS3 

First row: P. Freed, F. Williamson, N. Harrill, M. Hutcherson, B. A. Meador, M. J. Allen, G. Steele, J. Pearce, B. Cooke, N. Goldberg, B. Shamel, L. Rey- 
nolds, N. Mason, M. Marler, J. Fulp, K. Creech. Second row: A. Barnes, P. Legette, E. Parker, P. Smith, M. Robin, K. Ogburn, A. Carter, M. Masten, 
J. A. Jackson, B. Watson, S. Harris, G. Grupenhof, N. Raum, P. Parker, P. Harpe, P. Peterson. Third row: P. Odom, P. Ward, B. Howell, K. Wall, 
L. Ford, J. Lippels, E. Cooke, L. Taxis, P. Sutton, K. Ezzell, M. Newell, V. McGee, E. Shaver, B. Heitman, P. Ebert. Fourth row. D. Gallagher, B. Lowell, 
B. Leonard, D. Upton, T. Watts, B. Miller, J. Vaughn, M. Long, B. Trotter. Fifth row: A. Scales, S. Clark, L. Holcomb, B. Vermilya, B. Marshall, T. 
Avera, S. Peeples, S. Scarlett. Sixth row: C. Grubbs, B. Carson, R. McAden, D. Voorhees, B. Hylton, D. Blanco, P. Craver, P. Watson. 



Page Forty 






and many foolish pranks. 




10G2 — IOC — 10G3 

£*w££ ! ?'T?H il ^A F r L w/ renCe ' B ^ H c 00per ' B - Sn ° w . J- Hartman, H. Lambert, J. McGrady, A. McDowell, S. Todd, V. Kestler, J. Lemons, J. Renn 
™ P 'p S ;, fn i R -V W p g °^ e t^u Slm , m ?, nS - $ wosrf [?"'i. J, Chris - T - Blackburn, D. Staley, D. Hodges, K. Currin, E. Stafford, D. Wilson, R. Har- 
grove^P Parnell, S. Baity E McKmghc, J. Poindexter K. Tucker, P. Deal. Third row. B. Johnson, B. Chipman, B. Wagoner, B. McMillan, B Hawn 
7l\ ? U jfT; J " M ^ UZ c y, , L ' V,C ^ S - Sh ^ fn "!, C ""''J- ™y e "' J" W - Church - Fo "rth row. B. Edwards, B. Wade, D. Howell, A. Harris J She"' 
E feLEn* T ^rVin J^T' -S- ?i n F ett 'K T - T' 1 ^"' J M 'ddleton W. Sams, R. Crump, W. Hamilton, M. Hellar. R. McClure, G. Eskridge.Fi//* rZ- 
E. Bouldin, L Rettinger, L. Smith, M. Ferebee, A. Thompson, C. Ashburn, R. Andrews, D. Johnson, B. Marcuson, C. Davis J Lewis K Wal Sixth row 
P. Walther, S. Ruland, G. Artom, T. Thompson, B. Brown, J. Willis, A. Conway, M. Sovine, D. Hedrick L Crutchfield 




10C2 — 10A1 

First row. T .Allen, D Loflin, M. Hall, R. Plemmons, L. Marshall, A. Newell, S. Henderson. Second row. E. Starling, M. Moore, M. Kimel, J. Shindel, 
C. Mabe, J. Holder, J. A. Foster, J. A. Holder, C. Joyce. Third row. B. Cushman, D. Pickard, H. Pass, B. Simmons, B. Westmoreland, P. Miller, S. Brown, 
N. Bambahs, J. Cress. Fourth row: L. Wheeling, J. Daniels, M. Petit, J. Simmons, B. Rumple, J. Marshall, S. Kent, D. Locke, L. Bailey. Fifth row R. 
Shutt, T. Chipman, D. Cason, T. Boose, M. Coggin, B. Shermer, N. Jones. 



Page Forty-One 



Our freshman year 




9LS1 — 9LS2 

First row: D. Gaskins, B. Cranfill, B. Hartnett, D. O'Flaherty, B. Barnhardt, C. Burroughs, E. Bair, S. Davis, S. Taylor, P. Wolberg, B. Briggs, B. New- 
som, S. Smith, M. Sander, L. Lockard, M. Randolph. Second row. T. Hayes, H. Land, M. Hunt, S. Calaway, M. Elliott, C. Markunos, J. Decker, S. Black- 
more, M. Marshall, L. Wilcox, J. Decker, P. Snyder, P. Bowers, B. Swain, S. Lineberger, B. Ward. Third roiv: Miss Gambrell, B. Stimpson, N. Dunham, 
D. Miller, M. A. Hart, B. Burgess, F. Speas, B. Walsh, A. Fitts, M. Mitchell, S. Davidson, S. Lowrey, D. McQuown, S. Edwards, J. E. Dull, F. Brasko. 
Fourth row: B. Stimpson, B. Crutchfield, J. Cly, A. Warren, N. Wasell, D. Rollick, D. Knighten, N. Burgess, J. Carpenter, P. Clanton, A. Hart, G. 
Howell, B. Chambers. Fifth row: ). Bulla, D. Newsome, H. Butner, M. Ruland, J. Shackford, B. Morefield, H. Morgan, G. Little. Sixth row. D. Fulp, 
L. H. Hutchens, B. Rascoe, T. Parr, M. Ashburn, D. Masland, C. Adams, S. Gramley, F. Willingham. 




9LS3 — 9G1 

First row. S. Thorpe, B. Foster, C. Padgett, L. Follin, C. Sheets, L. Nunn, C. Fuller, C. Gentry, H. Mitchell, J. Clary, A. Hammill, I. Bonds, S. Stanford, 
P. Parrish, G. Pitts. Second row. P. Barbee, B. Chafin, J. Skipper, P. Baucom, C. Simons, J. Newsom, J. Lewis, P. Lewis, A. Marshall, A. Stone, B. 
Dowcll, D. Goodwin, B. Crater, J. Binkley, B. Jones, E. Tierney, D. Frizzelle, B. Evans, M. Bradburn. Third row: D. Thompson, N. Pike, E. M. Fox- 
worth, N. Cockerham, S. Eisenburg, J. Fritts, P. Ray, C. Truesdale, R. LaPrelle, J. Martin, M. Dwiggins, J. Gallman, B. Fobert, T. Cooper, J. Summers. 
Fourth row: B. Smith, L. Blalock, B. Bryant, A. Fairchild, B. Mackie, L. Miller, W. Brothers, B. Snow, R. Chew, D. Spear, K. McKeithan, J. McCoy, B. 
Smith, L. Stallings, D. Powell, D. Kenney, B. Grant, L. Chandler, D. Covington, C. Creech. Fifth row. B. Donovan, B. Crump, B. Roberts, J. Willis, R. 
Hodges, J. Muecke, A. Davis, C. Hamilton, R. Boggs, G. Vogler. 



Page Forty-Two 



:, 



. making us a part of high school 




9G2 — 9G4 

First row: J. Johnson, A. Carros, N. Harvel, K. Wooten, P. Smith, B. Chappell, F. Evans, J. Brande, D. Bass, P. Rau, A. Staton, B. Tucker, B. Masten. 
Second row: J. Parks, R. Womack, D. Perry, B. Ammons, M. Jackson, F. Wi les, N. Fulton, L. Davis, S. Dillon, G. Hart. Third roiv: R. Cornwell, B. 
Wilson, B. Lineback, J. Stewart, B. Gegenheimer, L. Cope, S. Henry, P. Williams, P. Oakes, N. Wilkerson, P Dunn, H. Bender, R. Vaughn. Fourth row: 
A. Jarvis, M. Miller, C. Bennett, J. Watson, R. Ha ward, B. McCall, F. Dunn, W. Redman, F. Payne, J. Ellison. Fifth row: M. Parrish, L. George, L. Tay- 
lor, D. Huff, F. Freeman, T. Baity, J. Dixon, T. Carroll, B. Orrell, G. Matlock, L. Bouvier, J. Nolan, R. Marion, J. Strewcutter. Sixth row: D. Sprinkle 
R. Spainhour, H. Fulp, G. Kemp, T. Fisher, J. Williams, B. Lowe, C. Farran, B. Womble, A. Dinkins, D. Angell. 





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9C — 9C2 — 9A2 

Brook7h"re C G C Go r ^h L A T riif r t ' ^t.?' N T^' M ' D °T U i ?• Westmoreland, L. Watson, A. Ashburn, B. Barringer, C. Reddings, B. Harp, J 
S Gate wood TFu!o' p" Ston • % W^ h "'° W R J r? a ? m *% » Strick ' an n d - Second, row: F. Deisenburg, B. Bryan, J. Russell, P. Maloney, P. Lawrence 
LnWh >p M t i ' P ~ St T ° T ne ' B Whitener B. Charles, M. Potter, P. Pass, J. Bowman, S. 'Nichols. Third row: S. Bryant, G Smith R Pfohl J 
Wh E M^chlraf L B»rW Pt M' I K^" 8 ' r" Marshall A Beard J Holt, D. Patterson, E. Hester, J. Cranfill, S. Bare, fourth row M Barnett . H 



Page Forty-Three 



And eighth grade year 




9LS4 — 9G3 

First row: C. Marshall, J. Cox, C. Kennedy, J. Steadman, E. Holmes, L. Bethel, J. Vance, J. Butler, M. Cox, A. Collier, M. L. Liipfert, M. Pfaff, J. Wertz, 
P. Simpson. Second row: C. Worrell, J. Sechrist, S. Craft, B. Wyrick, H. Laurence, A. Zimmerman, S. Snyder, M. Schindel, S. Livengood, J. Lawson, J. 
Lane, A. Pulliam, R. Hunter, S. Staples, J. Stewart. Third row: J. Sides, A. Howard, D. Pipkin, C. Howell, J. Gitter, S. Rogan, J. Cranfill, B. Hoots, S. 
Robinson, S. Goodrum, J. Kinney, C. Gray, J. Davis, A. Woodward, R. Gasque. Fourth row: R. Messick, B. Cooper, W. Lamb, C. Shore, B. McCanless, 
W. Curlee, D. Dwiggins, B. Blackburn, J. Hecht, B. Burke. Fifth row: J. Kandzer, J. Meadow, G. Jenkins, T. Shamel, L. Woodall, L. Kennington, C. Cash- 
well, G. McGugan, W. Colter, W. Turner, C. Key, G. Brown, T. Jarvis, S. Leverton, J. Ridgill. 




8F — 8W 

First row: J. Brooks, P. Rudolph, M. Chafin, C. Miller, N. Stansfield, S. Shelor, C. Wise, S. Smith, C. Marr, D. Smothers, J. Young. Second row: J. Ash- 
croft, S. Philo, J. Carpenter, M. Peyton, S. Bain, C. Thacker, S. Steere, M. Lyons, D. Dull, W. Boyle, H. Russ, B. Whicker, J. Roberts. Third row: B. Jack- 
son, M. Stanford, B. Shaver, P. Walton, M. Martin, P. Pearce, T. Cooke, P. Benbow, B. Davis, F. Folb, R. David, C. Evans. Fourth row: Mrs. Fitts, 

B. White, B. Mitchell, W. Tennille, J. Bunn, D. Haworth, B. Kent, B. Hurst, B. Zeh, L. George. Fifth row: B. Joyce, W. Joest, R. Pulliam, T. Crumpler, 

C. Philips, M. Lorbor, D. Harriman, S. Barnhardt, S. Garrison, C. Anglin, Mr. Webster. Sixth row: K. Hepler, S. Heckard, J. Harrington, I. B. Souther- 
land, D. Green, W. Turner, F. Brownlee, D. Wolfe, B. Daisy, T. Smithdeal. 



Page Forty-Four 






. . . with bewildered glances 




8B — 8N 

First row: J. Chitty, M. Wagoner, S. Hardy, T. Beitchman, G. Ferebee, M. Saks, J. Schneider, J. Fleenor, R. Perryman, C. Jackson, B. Avery, P. N. Free- 
man, D. Brinkley, S. Shepherd. Second row: E. Scott, L. Abernethy, P. Hooper, H. Odom, B. Heefner, P. Bradshaw, K. Cook, B. Steele, M. Singletary 
C. Lane, W. Manuel, L. Hines, P. Lightner, J. Peterson, H. Gassoway. Third row: Mrs. Nichols, P. Kellogg, B. Tucker, S. Howell L Pratt J Peace' 
Z. LaRoque, A. Sarratt, B. Leake, B. Daly, B. Hayden, W. Burns, Mrs. Barrow. Fourth row: M. Skinner, J. Spicer, B. Bailey, S. Benson, C. Sanford f' 
Masland, K. Johnson, V. Simpson, G. Shermer, K. Essex, B. Slovenz, T. Rucker, D. Stuart. Fifth row: S. James, B. Fairchild J Helsabeck F Eb'ert 
M. Orr, M. Cagle, B. McNeil, H. Schuitmaker, T. Phillips, L. Briggs. ' * 




8G — 8Wh 

fon"w"'H P S Hrt , r d l ^vW^tson M Brockwell, C CannB. Greer, S. Zimmerman, B. S. Coffey, B. Llewellyn, R. Martin, S. Adams, E. Pleasants, E. Carl- 
w/ 11, a £ ^' r" " erita e e - }■ Tuttle. Second row: N. Williams, D. Reinhardt, D. Heinz, N. Snow, C. Saintsing, C. Ridgeway, L. Rice, J Pagett P 
M« Crit ?*«•• L ' Pe "y'°hn- Thtrd row: B. Wright, D. Dull, D. Alexander, K. Fox, S. Airey, L. Barnes, B. Byerly B. Bricker. Mr. Whitley. Fourth row: 
llfnf^^'s ■ Rie % nsc n hneid ff. K - Swartout, F Turnage, W. Tate, K. Glenn, F. Einstein, G. Forrest, D. Simmons, G. Pardue, C. Carter, P. Bagnal, A. 
r w it * r & ' ^ a S ldS k C i: Bncke ^ F J Uh rou ' : R - Ellen - T - Conrad - S - Disher > J" Newton, J. Lock, B. Flintom. B. Uoton, N. Cox, L. Harper 
G. Walker, K. Carter, N. Lide, D. Foster, R. Trtvette. Sixth Row: D. Foltz, V. Wolfe, C. vonDoymi, L. Bowman, D. Knighten R Sullivan 



Page Forty^Flvs 



. . . as we strolled 




8D — 8So 

First row. S. Hepler, M. Tally, M. Orrell, M. Phillips, B. Lanier, D. Moore, P. Little, L. Brown, R. Fisher, P. Ball, B. Reavis, M. Conrad. Second row: 
V. Campbell, N. Adams, S. Burgess, F. Edens, R. Turner, R. Smith, K. Hutchens, P. Bowers, S. French. Third row. Mrs. Delgado, S. McCuiston, J. Sheets, 
M. Hecht, B. Crouch, T. Miller, S. Wall, S. Ebert, D. Ludlum, L. Weavil, M. Vanderver, J. Stafford, S. Dawson. Fourth row. L. Wall, J. Ligon, C. Little, 
D. Chipman, P. Bates, L. Jackson, C. Gaines. Fifth row. J. Davis, J. Apperson, T. Hill, G. Morgan, W. Moore, L. Strumfel, J. Wright. Sixth row. B. 
Davis, F. Phillips, L. Manual, J. James, D. Mickey, M. R. Dobbins, R. Hudxon, A. Wilson, J. L. Harrold. 




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8Ba 



First row. P. Stanford, A. Butncr, S. Smith, E. J. Dgson, L. Burrows, J. Beard, R. Parnell, J. Pendry, B. Southern, B. Downing, D. Clay, D. Parrish, W. 
Weller, R. Pickett, R. Pickett, R. Penry. Second row. B. Davis, L. Atkinson, K. Tillotson, C. Tillotson, D. Steifel, E. Cook, K. Teague, B. Thompson, K. 
Reynolds, A. Orrell, R. Binkley. Mr. Barefoot. Third row. M. Watts, J. White, A. Jacobsen, P. Rhyne, C. Cranfill, D. Cook, J. C. Parker, F. O'Neil 
Maynere, B. Clark. Fourth row. N. Koelmel, L. Downs, J. Eysenback, M. Mabe, D. Rogers, V. Brown, B. L. Bulla, J. O'Brien, J. Hutcherson, A. Badgett. 
Fifth row. R. Gilmore, G. Parrish, S. Dula, F. Wicker, R. Willard, E. Stewart, J. Barber, S. Brenner, J. Hicks, 1. Shapiro, C. Hauser, L. Cruse. 



Page Forty-Six 



through the stately halls 




8Br — 8C — 8Wr 

First row: R. McCall, E. Headey, M. Walton, W. Solomon, J. Ruff, K. Maston, A. Whitney, L. Myers, D. Lofjand, K. Shelton, D. Mills, D. McGee, B 
Bennett, M. Hill, L. Carter, P. Whisnant. Second row. R. Cox, P. Russell, S. Myers, E. Westmoreland, L. Trivette, B. Lineberger, A. Tucker, C. Colter 
B. Jahnke, L. East, S. Royster, P. Glenn, D. Stanford, S. Peoples, M. Clary. Third row. ). Pass, R. Hollifield, K. Messick, P. Combs, A. Kessler, A. Gard 
ner, B. Gardner, P. Amos, M. McNulty, S. Harvel, Mrs. Craft. Fourth row. Mr. Bryson, H. Cheek, J. Robertson, D. Hutchens, M. Tuttle, A. Overby, J 
Weaver, C. Cunningham, M. Russell, A. Sink, A. Backer, K. Hampton, K. Stanley, L. Sparks, D. Tise, J. Owens, D. Goodwin. Fifth row. N. Katz, H 
Boone. 





SOPHOMORE OFFICERS 

Ann Carter, sec; Charlotte Finwall, treas.; Peggy Legette, vice-pres.; 
David Blanco, pres. 



FRESHMAN OFFICERS 

Left to Right: C. Adams, vice-pres.; B. Smith, pres.; D. McQuown, 
sec; H. Bender, treas. 



Page Forty-Seven 



and to classes. 



Putting out the next edition of Pine Whisper* . 



They all head for the library! 




A typical club meeting; members working 
hard; accomplishing much! 



Page Forty-Eight 







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Our student government 



STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS 

Left to Right: Toby Jones, Vice-Pres.; Kate Blackwell, Treas. 
Linda Sue Dickson, Pres.; jerry Evans, Sec. 





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STUDENT COUNCIL 

The Student Council of Reynolds High School . . tries any student who has violated the standard of honor and moral respon- 
sibility of the Honor Code . . . sponsored a mock presidential election . helped give a party for new students organized Stu- 
dent Government Week during which the honor rules were explained to the students . composed new school handbooks ... at- 
tended a Student Government Convention in Wilmington officers of the Student Council: president, Linda Sue Dickson; vice- 
president, Toby Jones; secretary, Jerry Evans; treasurer, Kate Blackwell; representative to Council from House, Frank Ballance . . . 
representatives from each class sponsor, Mrs. Margaret McDermott. 




First row. David Blanco, soph, rep.; Kate Blackwell, treas.; Frank Ballance, house rep.; Carl Adams, freshman rep.; Nancy West, senior rep.; Carolyn 
Benbow, junior rep. Second row. Phillip Duggins, senior rep.; Jean Pearce, soph, rep.; Jerry Evans, sec; Linda Sue Dickson, pres.; Toby Jones, vice- 
pres.; Mary Jac Vaughn, senior rep.; Wilfred Turner, junior rep.; Eddie Pleasants, junior rep. 



Page Fifty 



and honor system 




HOUSE COURT 

Left to Right: Frank Ballance, senior rep.; Becky Howell, treas.; 
Bucky Buckalew, sec; Kitty Paul, speaker pro tern.; Bobbie 
Warford, speaker; Sarah Ebert, junior rep.; Kathryn Motsinger, 
sophomore rep.; Nancy Wasell, freshman rep.; Steve Philo, 
eighth grade rep. 



HOUSE COURT AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 

Mrs. Moser, sponsoring speaker, Barbara Jean Warford . speaker pro-tem, Kitty Paul . . . secretary, Bucky Buckalew . . . 

treasurer, Becky Howell House Court members elected by each class representatives chosen from each homeroom . . en- 

couraging students to take pride in the school's appearance . discouraging inconsiderate actions . . stopping harmful deeds 
House Court trying violators imposing penalties . . . meeting in library . sponsoring the chapel program in which Dr. 

Phillips, superintendent of public schools, spoke . . giving party with Student Council and National Honor Society for new 
students. 





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First row: B. Buckalew, sec; B. Howell, treas.; B. Warford, speaker; K. Paul, spkr. pro tern. Second row: M. Brockwell, M. Hill, K. Motsinger, E. Cooke, 
a. Lanier, L. Bethal, D. Patterson, L. Watson. Third row: S. Philo, P. Amos, K. Garner, A. Conrad, C. Jarvis, J. Brookshire, A. Marshall. Fourth row: 
A. Kessler, S. Ebert, N. Wassell, M. Pfaff, C. Finwall, N. Bambalis, J. McGrady, M. Miller, J. Reid. Fifth row: W. Manuel, E. Tierner, S. Heckard, 
A. Hart, G. Andrew, E. Fenwick, A. Thomas, W. Sams. Sixth row: F. Ballance, B. Thomas, T. Wilson, P. Watson. Seventh row: G. Chatman, D. Powell, 
C. French, J. Brookshire. 



Page Fifty-One 



. . work, worry and wonderful times 




j Senior Editors, Sara McMil- 
lan and Ann Phelps, hide 
their worries with a smile. 



Phyllis Hayes and Anne New- 
ton worry with Junior Pic- 
tures as co-Junior Editors. 




Alice Grant, Assistant Editor, and Corty Creech, Editor-in-Chief of 
the Black and Gold, shown dissecting the '56 annual in hopes that 
Reyaoldsites will like the '57 Edition as well. 



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Jane Church and Kate Black- 
well do our write-ups. Caro- 
lyn Benbow is our ever help- 
ful Faculty Editor. 



BLACK AND GOLD 

The 1956-57 Black and Gold . . . newest edition yet 
. . . Reynolds High School only in this yearbook . . . long 
hours of hard work contributed daily by students . . . rush- 
ing to meet the final deadline making the dummy . . 
snapping "on the minute" photos . . . submitting the club 
write-ups . . identifying 150 faces in a single picture . . 
Alice, tearing her hair out . Corty biting her fingernails 

arranging photographs alphabetically . . . snow on the 
day of picture-making . . . silly girls not standing still for 
camera . . . losing the identification books (causing heart 
failure) . . . planning an altogether successful annual! 




BUSINESS STAFF 

First row. Penny Dunn, Business Manager. Second row: L. Tise, A. Thomas, C. Andrew, S. McMillan, B. Girard, S. Foster, L. W. Crowell, S. Sutton, 
M. Brookbank, B. Lake, K. Sprinkle, J. Gold, M. J. Vaughn, B. Hampton, G. Woodward, A. Forester. 



Page Fifty-Two 



over publications 




Sports Editors, Alice Forres- 
ter and Robert Winsor, stay 
busy with the athletic page. 



Martha Eller draws our pic- 
tures; Julie Goodwin and 
Kay Angel, Exchange Editors, 
have the cutest column ever! 



Marie Miller, Editor-in-Chief, and Judy Heinz, Managing Editor, 
make the dummies, give the assignments, and do all the rushing. 




PINE WHISPERS 

Marie and Judy giving assignments . . bulletin boards 
filled with entreaties ... everyone viewing Warren's 
private files . . . odd jokes by Fig and Julie . Forester in 
a whirlwind . . . Ann always agreeable . . . lunchtime trips 
to Piedmont's . . . Martha spilling ink . . Mrs. Ritter 
censoring Watt's column . . B. W. dropping in occasion- 
ally fights with "Mac" . . . first year students failing 
punctuation tests . . Kay running errands . . . Benni 
running from John . . a little work . . . and a paper(?) 
at last! 



Always behind a camera for 
both the paper and the an- 
nual were R. Nash, K. Huff- 
man, and W. Sams, 





REPORTERS 

C. Fletcher, M. Morris, A. Grant, M. L. Hurst, J. Church, P. Hayes, K. Angel, C. Benbow, S. L. Sutton, A. Newton, J. Goodwin, J. A. Jackson. 



Page Fifty-Three 



honor society inductions 




HONOR SOCIETY 

First row. S. McMillan, secretary; B. Underwood, chaplain; N. Killan, president; F. Ballance, vice-president; L. Ezzell, treasurer. Second row. J. Alspaugh, 
N. Stewart, K. Huffman, I. Allen, S. Gilmore, L. Crawford, T. Colvin. Third row. B. Davis, K. Sprinkle, M. Brookbank, K. Powell, E. Turnage, L. Dick- 
son, G. Talbert, A. Forester. Fourth row. B. Morrow, J. Church, P. James, B. Combs, S. L. Sutton, B. Warford, K. Paul, B. Lake. 



The Brevard Hoover Chapter of the National Honor Society . . organized at Reynolds High School in 1922 . . officers for 
the year '56-'57: Norma Killian, president; Frank Ballance, vice-president; Sara McMillan, secretary; Linda Ezzell, treasurer; Bar- 
bara Underwood, devotional chairman . new members are chosen on the basis of their character, scholarship, leadership, and 
service . . . fall and spring inductions are held each year in chapel this year the chapter sponsored the first devotional chapel 

program . . . joined with the House of Representatives and the Student Council in giving a party honoring all the new students 
. . . sponsored and promoted College Day and Vocational Guidance Week . . . faculty advisor, Miss Mataline Collette. 





A big moment. Linda Dickson receives the symbolic yellow rib- 
bon from Bobbie Warford. 



Pat James and Bill Morrow prepare for annual senior induction. 



Page Fifty-Four 



. . . friendly rivalry 




QUILL AND SCROLL 

Left to Right: S. L. Sutton, A. Forester, A. Grant, J. Heinz, M. Eller, R. Willis, M. L. Hurst, C. Benb'ow, K. Angel, M. G. Pannill, J. Church. 



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MASQUE AND GAVEL 

B. Morrow, F. Ballance, C. Elkin, N. Tennille, B. Combs, T. Colvin. 



Page Fifty-Five 



. . . between S. S. C. 





Senior Service clubbers at a meeting. 



The Christmas Tea 



an annual event. 



Dick Dalton, president Charles King, vice-president Charles Harper, secretary-treasurer Mr. Crowell, sponsor . . 

Wednesday lunch meetings giving fish artificial respiration . . giving out beat "em" cards . . having socials . . . having meet- 

ings occasionally electing new members wearing foreign legion pins putting up the Demon before every football game 

selling school emblems sponsoring the football and basketball homecoming dances as well as the other after-game dances 

carrying out club projects . rendering services to the school. 




SENIOR SERVICE CLUB 

First row. C. King, vice-pres.; D. Dalton, pres.; C. Harper, sec. Second row. B. Dodd, R. Decker, R. Kimel, L. Faust, L. Irby, A. Post, D. Baucom. 
Third row. J. Rice, J. Chambers, F. Davis, G. Cox, R. Turner, C. Marshall, B. Clodfelter. 



Page Fifty-Six 



. and Key Club 





Putting up the Christmas Star ... A Key Club tradition. 



Key Club members building a stand for the cheerleaders. 



George Boss, president Mr. Morrow, sponsor . . . Wednesday night meetings . washing windows . . . washing walls 

selling buttons dances after the games Warren's ever-present camera Bender's never-present minutes . post-meeting 

pantomes Buchanan's ever-present humor? Jones, always wanting money for something ... putting up the Christmas star 

... selling snow cones at track meets collecting money for the March of Dimes scraping paint off the fish ponds . hay 

rides . Follies practice electing new members . . . Key Club Follies, another great success . . . best year ever! 




KEY CLUB 

First row: L. McKeithen, sec; R. Bender, sec; G. Boss, pres.; W. White, vice-pres.; J. Evans, treas.; T. Jones, assist, treas. Second row. G. Sprinkle, 
J. Miapiro, B. Chambers, R. Keiger, R. Winsor, G. Conrad, J. Marshall. Third row: T. Colvin, B. Cook, J. Huling, J. Reich, B. Hawn, T. Turner B 
Buchanan. Fourth row. B. Davis, T. Cummings, W. Sams, B. Hylton, L. Davis, J. Bryant. Fifth row. B. Ferrel, C. Holcomb, F. Wilson, P. Heist, D. Spach 



Page Fifty-Seven 



. . . Monograms 




MONOGRAM CLUB 

First row: T. Jones, vice-pres.; D. Dalton, pres.; P. Duggins, sec.-treas. Second row: J. Fulton, C. King, C. Harper, R. Kimel, J. Rice, L. McKeithan, B. 

Buchanan, G. Boss, W. Dunham, T. Cumniings. Third row: B. Haworili, D. Page, R. Ruland, W. White, R. Decker, L. Davis, J. Bryant, D. Spach, G. 

Conrad. Fourth row: J. Morrow, B. Dixon, J. Hart, B. Buckalew, F. Wilson, R. Weilder, R. Bender, C. Holcomb, D. Blanco, J. Mauzy. Fifth row. W. 

Turner, F. Fowler, J. Clay, J. Baker, L. Evans, A. Conway. Sixth row: L. Irby, R. Keiger, D. Messick. 



Dick Dalton, president . Coach Tandy, sponsor . . . Thursday morning meetings dances after the games . . . sponsoring 

Parents' nights for football and basketball games . . . marking off student section for football games . many good speakers at the 
meetings . . . supplying basketball team with oranges during halftime greeting basketball officials giving Sonny a turkey 

. . . having chapel program . . . each member working hard in some type of athletics . . . representing Reynolds High School by 
wearing monogram sweaters. 





The new members of the Monogram Club who received their 
letter this year. 



Officers of the club are T. Jones, vice-pres.; D. Dalton, pres.; and 
P. Duggins, sec. 



Page Fifty-Eight 



. and football banquets 




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. . . and graduation tea 



College Club leaders: B. Girard, treas.; C. Jeffords, 
program chmn.; M. J. Vaughn, vice-pres.; P. 
James, pres.; J. Clinton, sec. 




S. L. Sutton, M. Brookbank, and M. Jones try 
to sell Miss Caldwell a box of Christmas cards. 



COLLEGE CLUB 

Presiding at meetings, Pat James . . . vice-president, 
Mary Jac Vaughn . . . secretary, Julia Clinton . . . treas- 
urer, Babs Girard . . . sponsor, Miss Weaver . . . meeting 
during Thursday morning club period . . . helping girls 
choose which college to attend . . . acquainting them 
with life at college . . . selling Christmas and all-occasion 
cards making mock graduation caps to wear the 

week preceding commencement . . . giving $100 scholar- 
ship to club member . . . sponsoring Open House in 
spring . . collecting dues . . . making announcements 
. . designing posters . . . listening to Miss Weaver's 
suggestions . hearing advice from college teachers 
and speaking to representatives . . . having college 
clothes fashion show . . . giving Christmas entertainment. 



N. West, A. Phelps, P. Crater, and E. Fenwick serve punch at 
the College Club tea after graduation. 



Page Sixty-One 



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. . . projects sponsored 




JUNIOR BOYS' SERVICE CLUB 

First row: E. Pleasants, vice-pres.; B. Chambers, sec-treas.; J. Evans, pres. Second row. J. Essie, T. Butner, F. Gamble, W. Blake, W. Carter, P. Rollins, 
B. Cook, J. McKenzie, B. Brown. Third row: J. Manuel, R. Carter, J. Curlee, C. Crandell, C. Lewis, M. Sprinkle, C. Johnson. Fourth row: H. Clark, J 
Smith, S. Moore, J. Marshbanks, M. Davis, T. Smith, B. Gill. Fifth row: N. Daves, J. Johnson, S. Caloway. 




FRESHMAN BOYS' CLUB 

First row: B. Tucker, D. Gaskins, B. Masten, G. Pitts, M. Parish, B. Evans, B. Mackie, T. Dunn, B. Barnhardt. Second row: R. Messick D Powell I No- 
lan, H. Burner, P. Dunn, N. Wilkerson, S. Ogden, D. Dwiggins. Third row: J. Stokes, C. Key, D. Frizzelle, J. Meador, T. Jarvis, E. Tierney, G.' Brown 
R. Vaughn. Fourth Row: T. Shamel, L. H. Kennington, C. N. Adams, R. Marion, W. Colter, L. George, W. Brown, H. Fulp. 



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GIRLS' FRESHMAN SERVICE CLUB 



First row. L. Davis, B. Charles, S. Stanford, J. Cox, E. Mitchell, J. Clary, A. 
Jackson, B. Lanier, M. Whitlow, J. Hartman. Second row. C. Worrell, J. Side 
E. Bair, J. Vance, M. Marshall, L. Bethel, S. Blackmore, C. Burroughs, B. W 
row: C. Upton, S. Gatewood, A. Pulliam, J. Sechrist, J. Steadman, B. Wyrick, 
L. Wilcox, N. Dunham, C. Truesdale, P. Ray, P. Wolberg, C. Simons, P. B 
A. Ashburn, H. Lawerence, P. Bowers, M. Hunt, A. Fitts, E. Livengood, L. F 
P. Maloney, J. Cranfill, M. A. Hart, A. Zimmerman, A. Hart, S. Lineberger 
Warren, B. Crutchfield, S. Marshall, C. Westmoreland, M. Dowell, B. Ward, 
Seventh row: P. Lewis, S. Rogan, J. Decker, E. M. Foxworth, D. Pipkin, P. 
man, S. Bryant, K. Wooten, C. Redding, J. Lawson, S. Young, S. Henry, E. 
E. Maeherros, M. Hutchins, M. Roberson. 



Strickland, A. Clifton, M. Schindel,, S. Smith, C. Marshall, L. Watson. M. 
s, J. Skipper, S. Thorpe, B. Barringer, S. Davis, M. L. Liipfert, J. Butler, 
alsh, M. Pfaff, D. McQuown, S. Edwards, M. Dwiggins, P. Williams. Third 

N. Wassell, E. Holmes, M. Cox, J. Cly, M. Mitchell, A. Collier, C. Sheets, 
arbee. Fourth row: G. Howell, J. Russell, N. Burgess, L. Nunn, T. Fulp, 
ollin, B. Chafin, P. Bacon, F. Braskoe. Fifth row: J. Brookshire, R. A. Pfohl, 

J. Fritts, B. Swain, S. Eisenberg, M. Sanders, B. Chappell. Sixth row. A. 

J. Gitter, J. Decker, S. Lowry, A. Cockerham, S. Craft, C. Valetos, P. Smith. 

Clanton, J. Martin, A. Marshall, C. Allen. Eighth row: B. Crater, J. Gall- 

Nowell. Ninth row. A. Beard, C. Howell, P. Stone, N. HarVel, D. Harper, 




FRESHMAN BOYS' CLUB 

First row: L. Blalock, pres.; H. Bender, vice-pres.; B. Smith, sec; R. Glenn, treas. Second row: B. Hoots, B. Donovan, T. Hayes, S. Robinson, F. Will- 
ingham, A. Woodward, J. Dixon, G. Matlock, L. Bouvier, G. Little, S. Staples. Third row: L. Taylor, G. Vogler, B. Grant, L. H. Hutchens, H. Morgan, 
B. Fobert, B. Lowe, B. Rascoe, B. Orrell, R. Boggs. Fourth row: Mr. Morrow, B. Crump, D. Kinney, S. Goodrum, C. Shore, J. Williams, L. Miller, B. 
Blackburn, B. Bryant. Fifth row. D. Masland, D. Fulp, C. Hamilton, T. Carroll, W. Curlee, R. Hodges, G. Jenkins. 



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FRENCH CLUB 

First row: M. Mock, C. Watson, J, Hudson, S. Allen, M. Jones, J. Clinton, P. James, E. Finwick, C. Jeffords, C. Benbow, J. Heinz, B. Earp, E. J. 
Zimmerman, P. Cryner. Second row: R. Shaffner, T. Burner, J. Clinard, A. Barnes, J. Travis, M. G. Pannill, H. Bost, A. Grant, A. Bair, L. Kirby, C. 
Jarvis, J. Steele, R. Shahan, E. Turnage, Mrs. Fearrington. Third row: M. Sprinkle, B. Dixon, R. Wise, M. Starbuck, S. Murphey, N. Stewart, A. Phelps, 
S. Norman, V. Griffith, K. Angel, C. J. Buchanan, M. Hobson, S. Abernathy, M. Davis, D. Tuttle, N. Startsman, J. Swartout. Fourth row: J. Davenport' 
C. Appleyard, M. A. Roberts, J. Hobson, J. Shaffner, P. Crews, N. Trivette, B. Brightwell, J. Carr, M. Tally, B. Morrow, C. French. Fifth row: L. Evans 
N. Cline, L. Cash, J. Blackwell, J. C. Hester, M. W. Maddrey, J. Johnson, A. Sheers, W. White, N. Tennille. Sixth row: G. Green, S. Isgett, J. Barton, 
M. Teachey, F. McGehee, H. Shore, S. Roberson. Seventh row: F. Dalton, J. Church, B. Underwood, S. L. Sutton, B. Combs, D. Wood, B. Mayer R 
Carter. Eighth row: M. Robertson, T. Buddine, R. Willis. 



Presiding over the two first-year clubs, Peggy Cryner and Judy Heinz . . vice-presidents, Norton Tennille and Betty Earp 
secretaries, Carolyn Benbow and Sam Allen treasurers, Emma Jean Zimmerman and Chris French . . . officers of the second year 

clubs: presidents, Christine Jeffords, Eleanor Turnage . . vice-presidents, Pat James and Robin Shahan . . . secretaries, Roger Willis 
and Eleanor Fenwick . treasurers, Margaret Jones and Julia Clinton . Mrs. Fearrington, directing . . learning French cus- 
toms studying the history of France discussing French provinces studying Paris . . . reporting on French food . . seeing 
movies playing French games giving plays in French learning French Christmas carols . . subscribing to a French 
newspaper having French correspondents . . . electing Virginia Staples, head of Bulletin Board Committee . . . making postfers 
. . . holding French banquet at the end of the year. 





Carolyn Jarvis, Peggy Cryner, and Judy Heinz decorate the 
bulletin board for Christmas. 



Eleanor Turnage, Christine Jeffords, and Robin Shahan work 
on the scrapbook. 



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facts and figures 




RADIO CLUB 

First row-. C. Bennett, chairman; N. Katz, secretary-treasurer; G. Artom, vice-president; C. Bowden, president. Second row: L. George, D. Clay, B. Down- 
c ne ir , 'f V 'wS'- Pe !? y ;T J - Chitty TW row: M. Orr, E. Seatt, H. Lond, R. Chew, H. Russ, B. Avery, W. Brothers, J. Pass. Fourth row: G. Shermer. 
b. Heckard, J. White, D. Harnman, J. Harrington, H. Schuitmaker. Fifth row: H. Cheek, L. Briggs, B. Snow, C. Bessonette. Sixth row: D. Dize. R. Pul- 
liam, A. Davis, T. Shaffner. Seventh row: T. Phillips, F. Brownlea, D. Green. 




MATH CLUB 

R. Pennsyle, M. Graham, J. Beard, L. O'Melia, Miss Smith, G. Chatman, J. McGowan, M. Nifong, R. Nash, K. Huffman, D. Evans, J. Bass, B. Weaver, 
S. Hutcheson, R. Spainhour, L. Erikson, B. Lloyd, J. Buie, J. Spaight, F. Crouse. 



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. . . hot debates 





VARSITY DEBATERS 

C. Elkins, N. Tennille, K. Blackwell, and F. Ballance. 



JUNIOR VARSITY DEBATING TEAM 

G. Poulos, B. Clingman, T. Colvin, J. Carpenter, J. Schindel. 



Sponsor, Mrs. Evelyn Garrison; assistant sponsor and junior varsity debating coach, Mr. Donald Morrow . . . sponsoring debates, 
triangular and state-wide . competing for varsity — Norton Tennille, Peter Freed, Charles Elkins, David Edwards, George Poulos, 
David Goode, Kate Blackwell, Judy Schindel, Ted Buddine, Frank Ballance, Joan Carpenter, Tommy Colvin, Bill Clingman . . . de- 
bating on varsity — Kate Blackwell, Frank Ballance, affirmative; Charles Elkins, Norton Tennille, negative . . preparing speeches 
for debate before student body . . entering first round in competition with Greensboro and High Point in October, speech stu- 

dents in National Forensic League attending a practice student congress in High Point ... in January, a state congress in Raleigh. 




DEBATING CLUB 

T. Colvin, C. Elkins, N. Tennille, P. Freed, B. Clingman, F. Ballance, D. Goode. 



Pcge Seventy 



. . . powder, paint and plays 





Jean Smith, Scribe; Jake Falbaum, Pres.; Sue Schell, Treas.; and 

lee Biebigheiser, Vxce-Pres., study Shakespearean Dramas. 



Gertrude Talbert, Michael Graham, and Johnny Clinard re- 
hearsing for a dramatics club production. 



Presiding over meetings, Jake Falbaum Lee Biebigheiser, vice-president . Ann Herring, secretary Sue Schell, treasurer 

Jean Smith, scribe . Mrs. Lyerly, sponsor .75 members meetings during Thursday morning club periods . . . calling 

roll . having speakers on make-up listening to tape recordings making scenery . choosing costumes . giving plays for 

club producing Christmas programs in chapel Johnny Clinard, narrating . producing one-act play for contest in Chapel 

Hill. 




THESPIANS 

First row: S. Schell, treas.; A. Herring, sec; J. Falbaum, pres.; L. Biebigheiser, vice-pres.; J. Smith, scribe. Second row. J. Wertz; B. Burgess, N. Shep- 
pard, P. Cranfill, P. Parnell, M. Potter, V. Kestler, C. Fuller, S. Calloway, B. Hartnett. Third row: J. Conrad, P. Rau, E. Hester, D. Patterson, J. Holt, 
S. Henderson, M. Day, G. Henry, L. Lockard, P. Ivester, S. Taylor, A. Hammill, J. Schindel. Fourth roiv: Mrs. Lyerly, N. Cline, J. Carpenter, K. Jones 
C Baugh, S. Schell, C. Cranfill. Fifth row: J. Clinard, R. Wise, J. Shackford, J. Davis. Sixth row: B. Edmonds, M. Stafford. H. Kelly. Seventh row K. 
Willis, T. Buddine, J. Jester. 



Page Seventy-One 



. . . Thursday morning meetings 




EIGHTH GRADE DRAMATICS 

First row. P. Rudolph, D. Parrish, M. Brockwell, C. Wise, M. Hill, F. Edens, M. Orrell, B. Bennett, C. Miller, M. Phillips, D. Lofland, S. Smith, A. 
Whitney. Second row. J. Eysenback, M. Mabe, K. Reynolds, K. Teague, A. Orrell, R. Parnell, E. Westmoreland, K. Masten, B. Gardner, N. Gardner, 
J. Peterson, J. Sheets, P. Benbow. Third row. M. B. Chafin, D. Steifel, B. Lineberger, N. Snow, B. Davis, P. Pearce, J. O'Brien, S. Harvel, L. Downs, 
M. Hecht, B. Hayden, R. Binkley, J. Campbell, S. Burgess, D. Rogers. Fourth row. Mrs. Grigg, P. Rhyne, R. Smith, C. vonDormi, S. Ebert, D. Mickey, 
D. Ludlam, J. Weaver, M. McNulty, A. Baker, J. Ligon, L. Wall, P. Combs, A. Kessler. Fifth row. J. Barber, B. Lewellan, R. Myers, S. Lud, D. Chipman, 
C. Little, H. Boone. 




READING CLUB 

First row. M. Peyton, B. Holton. Second row. 
W. Turner, N. Stansfield, D. Dull, B. Slovenz, 
Mrs. Barrow, H. Gassoway. 




W. Boyle, C. Gray, F. Ebert, H. Schiller, A. 
Fairchild, B. Gottenstrater, S. Leverton, Mrs, 
Fitts. 



AQUARIUM CLUB 

J. Mandakis, T. Smithdeal, J. Ashcroft, B. Shaver, 
M. Lorber, j. Brooks, Mrs. Craft. 



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. in study halls and the library 




BIBLE CLUB 

First row. J. Stafford, sec; B. Morefield, vice-pres.; C. Gaines, pres.; J. L. Harold, treas. Second row. P. Whisnant, S. Myers, C. Cann, S. Peoples, D. Stan- 
ford, E. Dyson, D. Newsome, M. Vanderver, B. Reavis, M. Conrad. Third row : A. Sink, K. Messick, B. Wright, K. Hampton, P. Amos, A. Butler, R. Til- 
lotson, C. Tillotson, N. Koemel, P. Parrish. Fourth row. B. Thompson, D. Cook, E. Dorke, B. Jahnke, C. Colter, L. Trivette, L. Weavil S Dawson 
T. Cooper. Fifth row. B. Baily, L. Jackson, A. Wilson. 




USHER'S CLUB 

First row: J. Hudson, president; N. Tennille, vice-president. Second row. D. Goode, F. Gamble, T. Tucker, T. Burner, C. Johnson, G. Conrad, A. Post, 
a. cnamDers, M. Sprinkle, J. Brown. Third row. J. Davenport, N. Daves, Foy Crouse, Mr. Peters. Fourth row. B. Jackson, R. Shaffner, C. Stine, L. Erick- 
f°<A ir Houst ? n - R - Nash, B. Morrow. Fifth row. R. Wise, S. Allen, T. Colvin, F. Ballance, J. Curlee, D. Edwards, M. Nifong, C. Norwood. Sixth row. 
w^p'w-f k, S - £■ Carter A J -J V f. cGow , an - D Evans - S ei 'e>'th row. M. Graham, J. Clinard, J. Martin. Eighth row. R. Spainhower, M. Robertson, D. 
wood, t. Wilson. Ninth row. D. Bell, J. Sheets, J. Buie. 



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TEEN-AGE COUNCIL 

First row: L. McKeithen, vice-pres.; I. Irby, treas.; J. Goodwin, sec; A. Forester, pres. Second row. T. Jones, D. Dalton, F. Davis, B. Walsh, L. Dick- 
son, G. Steele, P. Dunn, K. Paul, T. Cummings, R. Wilson, L. Blalock. Third row: W. Whice, S. Davis, P. Legette, B. Lake, J. Blackwood B Warford 
C. Little, C. Creech, M. Payne, B. Snow, B. Hawn, J. Evans, A. Harris. 



Youth club sponsored by the City Recreation Department during the year it holds many dances . . . has parties . . sponsors 

hayrides . . serving as president was Alice Forester; vice-president, Loy McKeithen; secretary, Julie Goodwin; treasurer, Leigh Irby 

Rob "Potato" Glenn was the sergeant-at-arms working on the poster committee were Brenda Walsh and Corty Creech 

weekly meetings where nothing was accomplished but having a good time new members were elected at the end of the year 

picnic and initiation for the newly elected members . all in all having a wonderful year filled with fabulous experiences. 





All work, hard work, yes sir! Hi, Penny. 



Typical members at a typical meeting at a typical house. 



Page Seventy-Five 



. . file cabinets 




OFFICE PAGES 

First row: C. Fletcher, K. Currin, B. Snow, G. Todd, M. Marler, B. Ptacek, L. Ezzele, L. Crawford, J. Brandt K. Norfleet. Second row: P. Amos, S. Clause, 
R. Thomas, B. Whitner, M. Moore, M. Elliot, M. Jones. Third row: S. Griffin, B. Horn, J. Choplin, B. Hooper, S. Gatewood, P. Ramseur, S. Harris. 
Fourth row: B. Girard, G. Tyack, N. Cline, J. Blackwood, P. Crater, S. Norman, H. Shore, S. Lowrey, N. Harvel. Fifth row: D. Barber, A. Bigford, K. 
Jones, V. Staples. Sixth row: A. Phelps, J. Gold, G. Henry, F. Dalton. Seventh row: I. Allen, J. Church. Eighth row: K. Paul, B. Warford, J. Alspaugh, 
B. Lake. 




HALL MONITORS 

First row: J. Hartman, B. Howell, B. Morrison, J. Ghirardini, B. Davis, A. Conrad, P. Hayes, K. Kirby, M. McKenzie, B. Bunn, J. Blackwood, A. Grant, 
M. Payne, R. Thomas, A. Vance, L. Bethel, V. Griffith, S. Ebert, A. Newton, Second row. C. Wagoner, G. Saunders, M. Hunt, J. Vance, E. Holmes, K. 
Blackwell, C. Fletcher, S. Williams, K. Powell, M. Peyton, L. Stockton, E. Turnage, M. Jones, S. Griffin, K. Sprinkle, M. J. Vaughan, A. Forester, G. 
Woodward, D. Bass. Third row. J. Shaffner, A. Carter, P. Legette, M. L. Davenport, C. Carriker, M. Graham, D. Knighten, B. Crutchfield, S. Murphy, 
F. Lordley, J. Sechrist, A. Poley, P. Agee, J. Joe, E. M. Foxworth, A. Cockerham, M. Roberson, M. Pfaff. Fourth row: M. Kirby, S. Patterson, J. Reid, 
J. Davis, J. Wolff, H. Warford, N. Stewart, N. Killian, K. Norman, J. Sides, L. Pannill, B. Earp, E. Walker, I, Allen, C. Howell, S. Davis, P. Ram- 
seur. Fifth row: J. Blackwell, P. Crater, C. Jeffords, J. Gold, F. Dalton, A. Howell, N. Bambalis, L. Hauser, C. Edwards, B. Brown, S. Ivey, J. Hartman. 
Sixth row: S. G. Pfaff, A. Phelps, C. Creech, A. Thomas, D. Foltz, G. Lewis, G. Durham. Seventh row: N. Apperson, B. Girard, F. Hanks, L. Dickson, C. 
Andrew, G. Sprinkle, B. Hylton, C. Johnson. Eighth row: D. Frizzelle, J. Simon, J. Clinard. 



Page Seventy-Six 



. . and book shelves 




LIBRARY STAFF 

c' Andrew B B B Iak; S p' : iLpf tuT^ 1 A \? eW ,E? n ' vice -P. res : S - McMillan, pres. Second row. S. Sheets, S. Ebert, P. Hardy, J. Clinton, M. J. Vaughan, 
fordVc^reeVK^ Pay " e ' A " Va " Ce > K " VoSS ' N ' W«t. E ' »«* *• Sprinkle, G. Woodward, B. W 




ART CLUB 

First row. W. Hedrick, T. Miller, A. Carlos, S. Sheppard, R. Hutson, P. Lightner, B. Daly, L. Hines, S. Shelor, J. Parker. Second row. L. Heritage, L. 
Pettyjohn, E. Thompson, J. Apperson, W. Burns, C. Saintsing, F. Turnage, K. Swartout, I. Bonds, B. Kent, D. Haworth, C. Marr. Third row. G. Walker, 
L. Harper, M. Cagle, K. Carter, J. Parks. Fourth row. Mr. Stevens, B. McNeill, J. Hecht, F. Freeman, E. Page, B. Eskridge, W. Bovender Fifth row'- 
J. Pegram, B. Thomas, M. Watts. Sixth row. E. Stewart, C. Hauser, L. Cruse, R. Willard. 



Page Seventy-Seven 



. . . Wednesday night 



SENIOR HI-Y SPONSORS 

Left to right: Corty Creech, Kitty Paul, Penny Dunn, Bobbie Warford, 
Linda Dickson. 





SENIOR HI-Y OFFICERS 

Left to right: W. Brown, sec; L, McKeithan, vice-pres.; G. Boss, pres.; 
R. Keiger, treas. 



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George Boss, president Monday night meetings at the "Y" business sessions dances after the games Hayrides 

always getting new members great basketball team . Rice and Boss guarding each other club still suffering from 1956 

financial loss . . . picking sponsors . . having sock hops . . . selling fire extinguishers going to the beach having socials 

never a boring meeting always having a good time . a jolly crowd with no worries. 




SENIOR HI-Y 

First row: P. Duggins, treas.; L. McKeithen, sec; W. White, vice-pres.; G. Boss, pres.; D. Edwards, chap. Second row: B. Jahnke, C. King, J. Huling, 
R. Kimel, W. Brown, D. Baucom. Third row: R. Weidler, L. Sapp, J. Perry, L. Faust, B. Dodd, R. Winsor. fourth row: D. Bell, C. McLeod, D. Messick, 
F. Davis, D. Dalton. fifth row: T. Jones, R. Turner, T. Turner, J. Chambers, B. Buchanan. Sixth row: C. Harper, L. Irby, J. Rice, C. Marshall. 



Page Seventy-Eight 



basketball 



games 




JUNIOR HI-Y 

first row. B. Farrell, sec; J. McKenzie, treas.; C. Holcomb, pres.; N. Lowrance, vice-pres. Second row: B. Brown, T. Butner, B. Weaver Third row 
C. Johnson, J. Evans, L. Davis, B. Chambers, R. Bender, E. Pleasants, M. Sprinkle, B. Mayer, J. Clinard. Fourth row D Goode J Curlee B Vorhees 
J. Hart, N. Tennille, D. Walker, D. Page, J. Morrow, R. Wise. Fifth row. J. Martin, C. French, R. Houston, B. Parks. Sixth row. B. Avery, B Bucka- 
lew, R. Carter, T. Smith, J. Brown. Seventh row. G. Long, W. Blake. Eighth row. F. Saunders, P. Nanzetta. 




SOPHOMORE HI-Y 

First row. D. Blanco, pres.; S. Clark, vice-pres.; D. Foltz, sec; L. Holcomb, treas.; J. Reich, chap.; B. Hylton, part. Second row. B. McMillan, W. Dun- 
ham, K. Wall, D. Howell, G. Bennett, D. Hodges, B. Hawn. Third row. G. Durham, C. Grubbs, B. Carson, C. Davis, R. Combs, P. Watson, F. Tullock. 
Fourth row. B. Clingman, R. Kirkman, E. Bouldin, P. Craver, J. Mauzy. Fifth row. B. James, B. Vermilya, B. Wallace, D. Bryant. Sixth row. R. McAden, 
T. Cummings, F. Vestal. Seventh row: D. Gallagher, D. Hedrick, T. Avera. 



Page Seventy-Nine 



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FRESHMAN HI-Y 

First row: H. Butner, S. Staples, F. Willingham, D. Gaskins, H. Bender. Second row: B. Cooper, J. Stewart, R. Glenn, J. Dickson, B. Mackie, J. Kenny, 
P. Simpson, C. Warren, B. Swarrington, D. Newsome. Third row: G. Vogler, L. Satterwhite, G. Little, L. Hutchins, B. Smith, J. Shackford, A. Fairchild, 
H. Morgan, B. Morefield, B. Barnhardt, S. Ogden, E. Tierney, W. Lamb. Fourth row: C. Hamilton, R. Roscoe, B. Womble, B. Lowe, B. Snow, D. O'Flaher- 
ty, B. Gegenheimer, B. Womack, J. Willis, C. Adams, R. Gasque, J. Bulla, T. Hayes, L. Blaylock. 




SENIOR Y-TEENS 

First row: J. Ghirardini, S. Griffin, J. Reid, J. Petree, F. Dalton, H. Newport, E. Turnage, C. Appleyard, P. James, J. Church, L. Crawford, B. Byerly, 
A. Frazier, J. Crabtree. Second row: B. Combs, G. Green, J. Blackwell, V. Tyack, N. Warren, P. Crater, K. Powell, S. Norman, F. Lordley, L. L. Tise. 
Third row: S. Isgett, C. Smith, P. Hardy, J. Coe, J. Petree, J. Overby, J. Choplin, J. Gold, A. Bigford, M. Jones, S. Gilmore, J. Yokeley, B. Pulliam, J. 
Clark. Fourth row: M. L. Davenport, J. Clinton, S. L. Sutton, B. Underwood, J. Barton, J. Shaffner, N. Cline, B. Girard, M. Brookbank, C. Cranfield, M. 
Pierce, S. Pfaff, N. Apperson, E. Fenwick. Fifth row: S. Williams, C. Edwards, B. Lake, P. Dunn, E. Vickers, E. Walker, R. Jones, M. Graham, I. Allen, 
P. Barkley, P. Ramseur. Sixth row: M. J. Vaughn, A. Thomas, K. Sprinkle, B. Hampton, L. Dickson, K. Paul, A. Phelps, L. Peterson, S. Murphy. 
Seventh row: A. Forester, S. McMillan, G. Woodward, B. Warford, C. Creech, F. Plemmons, N. Killian, G. Talbert, V. Staples. 



Page Eighty 



our community 




JUNIOR Y-TEENS 

First row. B. Davis, sec; C. Jarvis, int. club coun.; S. Ebert, treas.; C. Benbow, pres. Second rotu: M. L. Hurst, G. Todd, L. Stockton, J. Butler, K. Norfleet, 
B. Bunn, N. Peyton, R. Shahan, M. L. Dillon, A. Grant, J. Goodwin, R. Thomas, J. Blackwood, A. Bair, P. A. Myers, K. Voss, A. Conrad, K. Garner. Third 
row: P. Crews, S. Robertson, J. Clary, M. Sleath, S. Clouse, J. Hanks, A. Marshall, A. Poley, J. Hauser, S. A. Chappie, P. Agee, M. Eller, K. Angel, J. 
Travis, P. Hayes, M. Payne. Fourth row: L. Efird, R. Thomas, H. Shore F. McGehee, A. Sheets, W. Neal, J. Johnson, J. C. Hester, J. Smith, J. McDowell, 
N. Johnston, B. Earp, K. Kirby, L. Hardie, C. Carriker, B. Ptacek. Fifth row. S. Abernethy, E. J. Zimmerman, J. Crews, N. A. Stokes, V. Key, P. Cryner 
J. Heinz, A. Vance, H. Bost. Sixth row. M. W. Maddrey, D. Smith, J. Carr, M. Talley, N. J. McMillan, M. McKenzie, A. Newton, C. tittle. Seventh 
row. D. Tuttle, J. Deaton, C. Munroe, C. Elliott, A. Shelton, L. Kirby, M. Hobson, S. Sheets, N. Trivette, J. Steele, M. Conrad. 



The Junior Y-Teens Carolyn Benbow, president; Martha Ann Myers, vice-president; Beebe Davis, secretary; Sarah Ebert, 

treasurer; Carolyn Jarvis, inter-club council representative giving food to needy families at Thanksgiving making corsages 

for the YWCA collecting toys and books for the Christmas Toy Shop buying construction paper and water colors for chil- 

dren of Ceylon Judy and Helyn planning a February dance bringing Easter cheer to the County Home wearing bermudas 

to meetings being entertained by the Senior Y-Teens . . . having lots of fun. 





Meetings do not always follow Parliamentary Procedure. 



Working on projects can be fun when you make it so. 



Page Eighty-One 



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PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB 

First row: L. Carter, D. Mills, E. Carlton, L. Burrows, J. Beard, P. Stanford, L. Atkins, V. Brown, J. Pendry, B. Southern, S. Adams. Second row B 
Flintom, D. Foltz, F. Wicker, F. Einstein, B. Byrd, B. Byerly, L. Barnes, S. Barnhardt, J. Hutchinson. Third Row: D. Wolfe, L. Rettinser J Gilmore R 
Gilmore, A. Jacobson, S. Dula, J. Stuart, D. Pickard, S. Kent. ' 




CAFETERIA STAFF 



JANITORS 



Thelton Guess, Kenneth Gilreath Lillian Hart, Broadus Evans, Geral- Leon James, Ed Smith, D. Marshall Sheppard, Louis Peoples, Jimmy 

dine Belton, Mildred Wallace, Willie Lee Bradshaw, Alene Davenport. Cooke. 



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swimming parties 




G.A.A. officers are C. Finwall, treas.; K. Voss, 
rec. sec; D. Barber, point rec; J. Clary, corr. sec; 
F. Plemmons, pres.; and A. Forester, vice-pres. 





Miss June Dinkins, sponsor of the G.A.A. 



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Home at last after a seemingly fifty mile hike. 



G. A. A. 

The Girls' Athletic Association . . . sponsored by Miss 
June Dinkins the program consisted of varsity and 

intramural sports open to all girls, whether G.A.A. 
members or girls working for membership . . the dif- 
ferent sports offered included speedball, basketball, vol- 
leyball, Softball, and tennis . . . also held were skating 
parties, swimming parties, hikes, shuffleboard, badmin- 
ton, ping-pong tournaments, and bowling . . . tumbling 
classes were open at the gym after school ... a G.A.A. 
banquet held in May, entertaining all new members . 
shields, monograms, stars, and state pins awarded to 
deserving girls ... the G.A.A. works to offer healthful 
recreation and wholesome enjoyment to every girl. 




At a joint meeting of the intra-mural council and the Officials' 
Club are B. Underwood, P. Crater, B. Flintom, J. Gold, K. Paul, 
B. Warford, D. Smith, C. Little, and B. Bunn. 



Page Eighty-Seven 



pep rallies, bonfires 




CHEERLEADERS 

M. Payne, C. Creech, L. Dickson, C. Benbow, B. Warford, assist, chief; B. Bunn, J. Heinz, B. Hampton, A. Bair, K. Paul, chief. 




SENIOR MARSHALS 

Left to right: J. A. Hanks, B. Bunn, M. Payne, K. Voss, J. Blackwood, A. Newton, F. Hanks, B. Davis, A. Grant, C. Benbow, assist, chief; A. Bair, chief. 



Page Eighty-Eight 



. . . and parades 




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MAJORETTES 



First row: A. Vance, choreographer; K. Currin, K. Wall, B. Pullian, chief; C. Smith, R. Thomas, J. Blackwood, assist, chief. Second row: C. Fletcher. 
?; ,Y r .\ Horn, L. Kirby, N. Dunham, J. A. Foster, A. Conrad, A. Grant. Third row: F. Hanks, twirler; L. Bethel, M. Marshall, A. Fitts, M. Mitchell 
M. J. Allen, demon; H. Newport, twirler; N. Wasell, D. McQuown, B. Ward, E. Bair, J. Hanks, twirler. 



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Seated: V. McGehee, B. Mayer, D. Goode, M. Robertson, B. Jackson, T. Barrow, R. Turner. Standing: V. Griffith, J. Essie, R. Carter, H. Day, D. Edwards, 
u. Hodges, B. Edwards, J. Reich. 



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. . . in the music room 





TH GRADE BA 

First row: C. Howell Second row: B. Avery, F. Folb, L. Heinz, S. Garrison, C. Marr, B. Kent, D. Hayworth, A. Davis, K. Cook, N. Cox, A. Gardner A 
Surratt, B. Gardner, D. Steiffel, B. Lineberger, S. Airey, B. Daly, S. Barnhardt, P. Lightner, S. Shepherd, S. Shelor. Third row D Binkley C Wise 
S. Snmh, B Fairchild R. David, C. Anglin, B. Hayden, F. Ebert, D. Wolfe, J. Peterson, P. McNeill, B. Daisy, B. Slovenz, H. Gassaway, C Lane, M~ 
Cagle, W. Manual, W. Boyle, P. Freemon, J. Chitty, H. Russ, B. Whicker. Fourth row: E. Scott, E. Hedley, J. Helsabeck, B. Leak J Young B Hurst 
J. Bunn, C. Evans, G. Shermer, S. Heckard, T. Phillips, L. Bridges, R. Perryman. Fifth row: W. Burns, J. Harrington, W. Turner, M. Orr B Zeh Sixth 
row. H. Schuitmaker, R. Pulham, D. Smothers, I. B. Southerland, B. Joyce, K. Hepler, C. Jackson, D. Stuart, S. James 




INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC CLUB 



First row: D. Binkley, S. Philo, C. Markunas E. McKnight, J. Lewis, P. Snyder, B. Newsome, B. Cooper, P. Walker, P. Briggs, C. Jackson. Second 
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r IS V^i 6 ''. 1, B. Southerland, B. Chambers, S. Snyder, B. Leonard, D. Rollick, D. Knighten, J. Dull, C. Ridgeway. Fifth row- Mr Mayer 

C. Phillips, E. Kimel, T. Avera, R. Huffman, J. McMichael, J. R. Ridgill, S. James, S. Garrison, A. Badgett. 



Page Ninety-Five 



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printing Pine Whispers 




VOCATIONAL PRINTING CLASS 

First row. Donald McKnight, Billy Madden, Andrew Carros, Grady Mitchell, Arthur Spaugh, Walter Green, Jerry Glenn. Second row: Ronie Brewer, 
Earl Hunt, Buford Martin, Bob Payne, Joe Brittain, William Hammett, Robert Johnson. Third row: Virgil Williams, Thomas Boose, John Gilmore, Roy 
Byrd, Ray Byrd, Don Crater, Jerry Greer, Mr. McSwain. 



Vocational Printing . . . under guidance of Mr. Clyde F. McSwain . both letterpress and offset printing . . . our Print Shop 
one of the most up-to-date printing schools in the South . . equipment of modern design ... a good supply of display type faces 
used in training the students . . equipment housed in a new building . training done in connection with actual jobs produced for 
the Winston-Salem City Schools . . two classes three hours each day course offered for four years . . . upon graduation, all 

competent students are placed in the printing industry. 





Donald McKnight and Ronnie Brewer learning how to operate 
the Intertype and Linotype machines. 



R. Byrd, T. Boose, J. Gilmore, and R. Johnson turning out a 
newspaper on a Kelly-C press. 



Page Ninety-Seven 



■'%>' /"*♦■'<?•» ttamti 



WM 



. . . all were a wonderful part. 



That's the cheerleaders . . . full' 
of pep and energy. 




The gang at ole No. 9. 




Page Ninety-Eight My Hero! 



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Page One Hundred 



. . . and homecoming 





Co-captains lead the Black Demons onto the field through the new 
Demon. 



Demon linemen block as tailback, Toby Jones breaks for a touchdown. 



FOOTBALL 

Won 1957 City Championship . . outgained (in yardage) every 
other team in the conference except Gastonia . Co-captains, Jimmy 
Rice, blocking back, and George Boss, end Tommy Turner, 

Jimmy Rice, Toby Jones, and Dick Dalton made the All-City Team 

. . Boss made All-State and was the Shrine Bowl representative 
Larry Faust was given honorable mention on the All-State Team 
Kitty Paul was chosen Homecoming Queen won five games 

tied one and lost three the team was coached by Mr. Sifford, 

Mr. Bryson, Mr. Webster . . John Tandy was the head coach 
he ended his coaching career this season . . team was honored at a 
football banquet for players and their parents there Mr. Tandy 

was presented with a trophy for the many years of work with the 
football team and other sports. 




1956 Homecoming Queen, Kitty Paul, escorted by Billy Bryant. 




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Jimmy Rice and George Boss present a trophy to Coach Tandy for 
his many years of service. 




Demon co-captains, George Boss and Jimmy Rice. 



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. . . basketball games 




BASKETBALL 

First row. D. Kimbal, T. Smith, P. Rollins, B. Haworth, C. Johnson, D. Messick, P. Duggins, C. McLeod. Second row: 
F. Fowler, W. White, J. Manuel, J. Clay. 



J. Baker, B. Dixon, J. Evans, 



Many bright spots displayed this year victory over Charlotte Central the team's never ending hustle increased spirit 

of the student body senior players were Watt White, Connie McLeod, Bill Dixon, John Clay, Phil Duggins, and Dale Messick 

many juniors had starting positions and sparked the team a different boy acted as captain at each game Demons showed 

evident improvement over past seasons' teams 1957 Homecoming Queen was Corty Creech . boys challenge teachers and 

coaches play Black and Gold game raise money for the Reynolds High activity fund coached by Jim Sifford and Mr. 

Peeples . . . ended season with banquet for players. 





Mr. Marvin Ward crowns Corty Creech 1957 basketball home- 
coming queen. 



Jim Baker makes a jump for the ball in the game against 
High Point. 



Page One Hundred Two 



. . . and baseball 




BASEBALL TEAM 

first row: Mr Barefoot^ Mr Bryson R. Bender. Second row : G. Sprinkle, J. Mauzy, R. Kimel, W. Blake, J. Evans, G. Boss, T. Cummings, P. Duggins, 
B. Dodd. Third row. D.FoUz.L. Halcomb, A. Thompson, R Buckalew, B. Chambers, B. Hylton, C. Halcomb, J. Perry, T. Smith, fourth row: L H 
Hutch.ns, B. Brown, BHawn, J. Reich, B. Cooke, J. Davis, D. Bryant, R. Turner, T Jones. Fifth row: J. Shapiro, N. Wilkerson, B. Smith, J. Sheets, 
M. Jones, D. Spach, S. Clark, R. Carter, H. Clark, C. Harper. 



Spring finds baseball team looking good pitching are "Red" Duggins and Jerry Davis some of the seniors on the team 

are George Boss, Toby Jones, Raymond Kimel, Charles Harper, and David Spach coached by Mr. Herman Bryson The team 

may have good chances for the championship . . others who are promising are Jim Baker, Jerry Evans, Jerome Shapiro, and 
Bobby Chambers long afternoons spent down at Hanes Park . Goofing off in the locker rooms . will be among these 

boys memories of a wonderful baseball season. 





A tense moment on the bench. 



Raymond Kimel makes a catch on second base. 



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track meets and golf matches 




TRACK TEAM 

f Watt^C^a^^^^ Trotter. Second row: D. Page, J. Lackey. R. Boese, 

Shaffner, B. Reed, C French. Fourth row P. WatTon K Wall R Fnd P r?H \lt n a Sha ^T* C L | W 4 3 ' h B J? wn ' W " Turner > V - Cordell, B. 

C. Johnson, N. Lowrance, B. Farrell, T. Turner L. Faust?' J Clay, L. McKeit"nf W WnUe "' P ' B ' Bry3nt ' B ' Marsha11 ' R " Rulan <3- W» row: 




First row. Mr. Barnette, Mr. Sifford, Mr. Webster, Mr. Tandy. Second row: Mr. 
Bryson, Mr. Whitley, Mr. Peebles, Mr. Barringer, Mr. Barefoot. 



Miss Casey and Miss Dinkins 



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. . . and many spring sports 




GOLF TEAM 

First row: H. Valentine, D. Blanco, B. James, J. Dixon, R. Nash, Mr. Barnette, B. Morrow, A. Conway, B. V :on, L. Evans, J. Morrow. 




BOYS' TENNIS TEAM 

First row. Mgr. D. Powell, D. M. Hart, B. Haworth, W. Avery, D. Kinney. Second row: D. Hedrick, P. Craver, R. Combs, F. Willingham J Mucke 
B. Lowe, S. Kent, J. Simon. Third row. B. Mayer, F. Gamble, B. Cooper, C. Creech, H. Bender, B. Wade, A. Scales, T. Buddine. Fourth row R Penn- 
--'■- B. Vermilya, S. Allen, J. Martin, J. Clinard, J. Nolan, R. Howard, R. Houston, T. Butner, M. Robertson. 








GIRLS' TENNIS TEAM 

m"t r H^r« A "K Th p„"L aS n S^ H il ?t K r ' hPy y ' R - 3 ar fl e ' A - J T orester > N - West - p - Dunn - Second row. Miss Dinkins, coach; M. Newell, M. Owings, K. Paul, 
M. L. Hurst, K. Powell, K. Kirby. Third row. M. Morris, N. Johnston, M. Eller, K. Norman, M. G. Pannill, G. Grupenhof, B. Bunn. 



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. . . form our fine athletic program. 




SPEEDBALL 

First row: F. Plemmons, K. Powell. Second 
row. Miss Casey, P. Ebert, J. A. Jackson-, 
G. Todd, R. Plemmons, M. Marler, B. A. 
Meador, Miss Dinkins. Third row. J. Koe- 
mel, D. Smith, J. Hecht, B. Watson, J. 
Smith, J. Swartout, C. Finwall, Sue Schell, 
C. Nicholas. Fourth row. J. A. Foster, M. 
Morris, P. Legette, K. Creech, K. Angel, 
L. Wall, S. Glenn, J. Vermilya. Fifth row. 
L. Smither, M. Hobson, E. McCanless, N. 
Mason, K. Wall, K. Voss, M. G. Pannill, 
Sally Schell. 



GIRLS' BASKETBALL 

First row. F. Plemmons, L. Kirby, C. Fin- 
wall. Second row: Miss Casey, J. Pearee, J 
Cox, J. A. Foster, P. Ebert, M. Marler. 
R. Plemmons, B. Dunn, Miss Dinkins 
Third row: A. Gibson, J. Crabtree, P. 
Legette, R. Thomas, S. Brown, M. J. Allen 
M. Robin. Fourth row. C. Little, L 
Smither, M. Eller, B. Earp, D. Barber, K 
Voss, A. Herring, K. Creech. 




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First row. F. Plemmons, P. Ebert, B. Heit- 
man, R. Plemmons, C. Finwall, J. Hecht, 
M. Sleath. Second row. Miss Casey, coach; 
N. Stokes, J. Koelmel, J. Wren, N. Triv- 
ette, V. Key, J. Smith, B. Wallin. Third 
row: J. Hobson, M. Robin, A. Newton, 
N. Peyton, E. McCanless, R. Thomas, M. 
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. . . features 




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One Hundred Eight 



Time: 
2100 

Setting: 

Piedmont, N. C. at the exavation of Reynolds High School. 
Characters: 

Five curious archeologists. 

Scene: 

jV^/Tu 20 ?^ ?? W °° d WaS h .yP noti2ed b y Marshall Simpson. While under hypnosis M. Wood recalled 

t 1/f llfC bef ^ e .f einca ^tion. He vividly remembered an institution in which he had been anfnmate 

eLT/^ fHend ' Wo » h Holt > built wooden tables with uneven 

thf truth o "thSe Ik g the name ° f *? insti 5 u tion as ^ynolds High School. In order to prove 

Z rSns of ^SSS^SSf" 11 ^ f ° rmed t0 inVCStigate - ^^ five mad archelo S ists f °™ d 
David: 

t B h^o C ugh U ) 1! ThC S ° Und ° f ° Ur VOkeS might Sha " er the plaSten (Finds hox of old P a P ers a ° d star « rumaging 
Gertrude: 

Hark! What old manuscript do we have here! 
David: 

Be careful! The paper might crumble to the touch! (Gertrude passes paper to Tommy.) 
Tommy: 

This appears to be some sort of crude composition entitled TOO MANY DANGLING CONSTRUCTIONS 
-Oh, no, that must be a note from one of the keepers. It was written by Jim Hudson, who according to he 

LTmblJ ^R^^^Tu^ ^ ?"&• kter beCame Presid ^ of the Un ^ Spates H CaHne 
sTand [ Mlhaef Sifit "' ^^ ^'^ Jim Brookshire > P * iscilla Crater, Nancy Apperson, Frances Hau- 

Jane: 

Pe™,°and taSEEE Fowl"?""* "' 5 Administratio « ™» J"* Bostic, Astrid Conrad, Judy Ba rt o„, Joe 
Corty: 

preteT rTel a Bamh^ e s d r Sti T iShed ^ N ' | e ' s ° nnel at thiS dme ' The r were Charlie Marshall > Spanish inter- 
preter, Dena Bambahs Greek interpreter; Babette Girard, Representative from France- and Alice Bieford 

pTeSrva ion'oi s£ M ^^^ ^ ° N > which — the International Org^n^on ff The 
^reservation of Silas Marner, The Ancient Mariner, Mother Goose, and Ogden Nash. 

Gertrude: 

2o„n^MSfwa t „d PreSented ** BritiSh ***" ^ <*>• B ™ [ ' S °^ ls ^ the •** *-* •«• 



David: 



fs primariv known fnlv I ^ uT^ R °P f WilHs WaS ° ne ° f ° ur S reatest statesmen, although he 

n P e 7nT f ^ A1S ° Martha Teach y had ^e annual job of 

to fummage?) ? S 3t ** Natl ° nal Convendon - < A1 * «od heads in agreement and continue 

Jane: 

"dele was" w1k n ten n Zt aP ^ r ^w/'.r a PP ears *° *? the ****y P a ge. (Opens paper and starts to read.) "This 
n2,r Wntten by Stephanie Williams on October 24, 1966. The wild, happy-go-lucky man about town 
rife ^do^HT'srr ^ 1 ^; 8 the T fo - mo «t playboy in New York. Leif 'Eriksson was last seen f lymg up-' 
™' I JUni ° r Blrdman - Lmda Cash won the title of "Miss Yadkinville.' Some of the contestants 
competing in this contest were Linda Peterson, Jo Crabtree, Carol Edwards, and Priscilla BarkleyT 
David: 

^U^C^e^^C™* StanS t0 rCa ^ k alS ° SayS ' " Jerry SheetS and J im Buie were **» f^hing 

Sen (iZnsZt)'nll? u™ T T^i *£ mS that the paper is t0rn here ' ° h ' wel1 ' he was i u « 

unmade here fhiL u ] T o re P lac ^ d Hedda H °PPer with her latest hat creation. Linda Lee Tise 

&e? d Wel] rh^l ° n K Jea u ^ "r F" B ° Wler ° f 1%6J BiU Mace is no lon S er a conservative 
dresser. Well, that seems to be about all of the society page. What have you found there. Tommy? 



Tommy: 

I don't know for sure. (Pauses and ponders over the machine.) Let's try these buttons. Hark! (jumps back.) 
Me thinks I hear a voice! (All look around for chairs and start to sit down.) 

David: 

Be careful! Be careful! These chairs are very old. 

Tape recorder: 

"Neki Hokey! (excerpt from "Little Richard") Attention! Attention, please for announcements. Will the 
following people please come to room 124 immediately after school for a meeting of the R.J.R. cleanup de- 
tail. Wayne Gibson, Gordon Cox, Charles Rix, Judy Alspaugh, Carolyn Andrew, Dale Vaughn, and Sue Fos- 
ter. Will these people please come to the office: Larry Sapp, Mary Lou Davenport, Janet Blackwell, Frances 
Dalton, Carol Appleyard, Albert Post, Hilda Warfford, and M. E. Hicks. Sarah Gray Pfaff, your mother call- 
ed and said for you to be sure to wear your galoshes and raincoat. 

"Ann Phelps has lost her American History book. If anyone finds it please bring it to the office. 

"We are proud to say that Christine Jeffords won the annual Corn Husking Contest sponsored by the 
Young Farmers of Greenland. 

"There are notes in the office for the following: Henry Miller, Richard Nash, Molly Graham, Marsha 
Carson, and Dale Messick." Even though it is just one o'clock, school will now be dismissed. (During this 
time Jane picks up paper.) 

Others: 

What's the "Reynolds Roundup?" 

Jane: 

It seems to be the last one of the year (Reads.) 

As I write this final copy of "Reynolds Roundup," I find my thoughts retracing my years at Reynolds. As 
a class we have accomplished much under the guidance of Mr. Joyner, our principal, and Miss Stephenson, 
our Senior Class sponsor. During the last four years, leaders have developed in student government, journa- 
lism, music, sports, art, and speech. Now, before the day of our graduation, I should like to show appreciation 
to some of the students on behalf of the whole Senior Class. 

Linda Dickson and Toby Jones, president and vice-president of the Student Council, have spent many 
hours in furthering our program of student self-government. Barbara Warford and Kitty Paul have served 
the school as Speaker and Speaker Pro-tempore of the House of Representatives. 

We shall always remember the impressive inductions of our three honor societies. Many of our capable 
seniors became members of one or more of these organizations. The Masque and Gavel honored Bill Mor- 
row, Frank Ballance, David Edwards, Brenda Combs, and Tommy Colvin for excellence in speech. Sara Lou 
Sutton and Jane Church had their journalistic talent recognized by members in the Quill and Scroll. In their 
junior year Linda Ezzell, Pat James, Betty Lake, Sara McMillan, Norma Killian, and Barbara Underwood 
were tapped by the National Honor Society on the basis of their character, scholarship, leadership, and service. 

For the first time in twenty years Reynolds has an annual that was separate from those of the other high 
schools in this city. Marie Miller, Alice Forester, Robert Winsor, Corty Creech, and Penny Dunn will be re- 
membered as the editors of our two publications, Pine Whispers and Black and Gold. 

Under Mr. Mayer's instruction Howard Bryant, Tommy Barrow, and Richard Turner became active in in- 
strumental music. Binnie Pulliam, chief majorette, and Helen Newport, skilled baton twirler, ably led our 
football band. Ellen Patterson, Marcus Charles, and Dorsey Evans aided our fine chorus and choir. 

Our various clubs, with their socials and projects, will never be forgotten. As early as the eighth grade, we 
could be seen rushing to our meetings on Thursday morning or climbing the hill to the YWCA. Many serv- 
ices were performed for the school under the experienced leadership of Nancy West, Kathryn Sprinkle, Mary 
Jac Vaughan, and Watt White. 

Athletic activities included football, basketball, baseball, track, and golf. During our junior year our base- 
ball team won the Western AAA championship through the abilities of Charles Harper, Dick Dalton, Ray- 
mond Kimel and others. As Loy McKeithen, David Spach, Larry Faust, Jimmy Rice, Frank Wilson, Leigh 
Irby, George Boss, and John Bryant battled our football rivals, Kitty Paul, our chief cheerleader, led the 
students in boosting our team. Outstanding in track were Ross Ruland and Ronnie Keiger. The golf team 
was sparked by Lamar Evans and Bill Dixon. 

Under the coaching of Mr. Wilburn Clary, Jack Mitchell, Eddie Ridge, Brock Ridge, and Jerry Cook 
showed football ability. Jean McClure was active in supporting the Children's Home team as a cheerleader. 

Now as I bring to an end this brief history of our four years at Reynolds, I want to thank each of you for 
the help given me this year in writing "Reynolds Roundup." 



Page One Hundred Ten 



Corty: 

Here's something at the end of the page. Oh, it's the Last Will and Testament of the Class of '57. 



Friends, and teachers, lend an ear! 
As we leave Reynolds High, so dear. 
Perhaps you've heard old poets say, 
Where there's a will, there's always a way. 
But we, seniors, rephrase the sentiment — 
Where there's a will, there's a testament. 
So as we go, may we present 
This, our last will and testament? 

Mr. Joyner and teachers, too, 

We give our heartiest thanks to you. 

As we leave Reynolds High behind, 

We hope you'll find some peace of mind. 

We leave Mr. Barnette, still a Democrat — 

". . um-m . . well, we won't argue about that." 

To Miss Collette, pop tests for victimes next year, 

To Mrs. McDermott her "cherubs," so dear; 

Our love to Miss Martin— "lo sentimos mucho," 
We give hard-working Minnie a can of Bab-O. 
We leave Mr. Crowell, "focusing his attention"; 
To Mrs. Ritter we leave a "fudgesicle" pension; 
To Mrs. Fletcher we leave a volume, thick; 
"Cooking Leftovers — Easy and Quick." 

Helping us all as we tried to pass 

Was Miss Stephenson, sponsor of our class. 

She's been our friend, good and true. 

Thanks, Miss Stephenson, for pulling us through. 

To the juniors, our class wills 

Our chapel seats and senior thrills, 

Our pencil stubs and tattered books, 

Our wrinkled brows and worried looks. 

Along with privileges, they will assume 

Term papers and seats in the reference room, 

The hard work and fun galore, 

And the trials and terrors of English IV. 

Butch Hampton, with curls to spare, 
Leaves a few to Anna Bair. 

The good looks of Nancy Sleath, 

To "Baby" Walker we bequeath. 

Frank Davis leaves his shyness and many "lines" 

To quiet, bashful Judy Heinz. 

Tommy and Georgia each leave an old car 
To anyone not planning to go very far. 



Her dual personality Frankie sends, 
To Jo and Frances — the Hanks twins. 

Binnie, our chief majorette, does will 
Her boots for Julie Blackwood to fill. 

Phillip Duggins, with hair so rusty, 
Leaves a stack of books, so dusty. 

Michael Harper leaves 204 

Now, Michael, you can't ask for more! 

And Betty Lake would never deceive, 
There just isn't any peroxide to leave. 

Annie Thomas, telling jokes all the while, 
Leaves them to anyone willing to smile. 

Tommy Colvin with knowledge keen, 
Leaves his diploma to Norma Jean. 

Leigh Irby leaves paint and brushes, too 
For painting fish ponds— pink and blue. 

The senior cheerleaders leave the card section, 
Hoping that next year it reaches perfection. 

To the junior class Dick Dalton leaves 
Begrudgingly, his new "F.T.'s" (false teeth) 

We miss Ann Goodson; though she's not far. 
Old Central gained on R.J.R. 

To this document our seal we affix 
And name Mrs. Ritter, executrix. 

Testators: 

Penny Dunn 
Corty Creech 

Witnesses : 

Peanuts 

"Mill" 

"Ivy" 

"llama" 

"Jorgea" 

"Ser" 



Tommy: 

w2htir„r.rAT„7uHa^%LTa e y VoL heSe "* ^ "^ ™ k « <* <*«' "»"- 

Read 'Mad Comics,' by Julia Clinton and illustrated by Virginia Tyack " 

Kr^^^^^^r 8 ^^^^^^ 1 % Nan ^ Qine -" Also in the ad ™ the names of their 
"Se TGe^cln^t^T^\ uf' C u\ Stead , man ' Pe 8gV Wood Troutman, and Carol Smith." 
Gertrude? Chal Wlth thdr flea drCUS on the Elvis Presle y Hou ' this week." 

leadS^Srito A^JS ^ m F*"' > ^ ** What ' S ° n the fr ° nt ^ Hmmm-Dot Bartley is 
Bfllv fahnke Be«v Full S M , °P 8 ^ pa " y are D Mar g aret J°n«, Ellen Vickers, Anne Howell, 
have been Tean Gold *n7£ Mel ton Foy Crouse, and Peggy Adkins. Sighted near the planet of Pluto 

and TvnJ ?CrZ( A tu , *?% members hein S Jane Clark, Pat Ramseur, Fran Kirk, Sarah Norman 

are rZ" ?n « ^iS* ° f *" SpaCe shi P' owned b y Barbara B ™™> *■ John Bowers. Among theTrew 
are Belma Allen, Beattie Wdson, Pat Ivester, Martha Pierce, and Patsy Hardy g 



Pugs One Hundred Eleven 



Tommy: 

Speaking of space, the first explorers of Neptune were Jane Gardner and members of the All-Girl Explorers 
of the Neptune Society, Inc. Some members of the society were Nancy Starbuck, Mary Jane Pardue, Virginia 
Staples, Betty Jane Leinback, Judy Shaffner, and Pat Cranfill. 

David: 

Be careful! Be careful! We can't forget the sports page! (Takes paper.) This is interesting! The Olympic 
champions of 1966! Kathleen Powell won the women's shot put. Others participating were Norma Warren, 
Sarah Murphy, and Leilani Assaf. The mile run for women ended in an amazing three-way tie among Betsy 
Carol Thacker, Judy Wolff, and Jo Ann Barnard. Th e time was an extraordinary three minutes and thirty sec- 
onds. America was ably represented by her all-girl football team, who defeated the Russian team 63 to to 
become the world champions. Julia Yokeley, Georgia Woodward, Sara Bridges, Becky Byerly, Jean Choplin, 
and Nancy Sheppard were only some of the rough, American team. Ronald Boese won the mile run for 
men out of a field of such greats as Jerry Seldin, Everette Cummings, Brian Edmonds, and Buford Martin. 
The winner of the men's shot put was Jimmy Fulton, who was closely followed by Charles King, Bobby Dodd, 
and Frank Mabry. Winners in various events of horsemanship were Gail Green, Eleanor Fenwick, and 
Forest Lordley. 

Corty: 

Goodness, what is this! The prophecy of the 1956-1957 class of Reynolds High School. My, how stupid! 
(Throws paper away. ) 

David: 

Be careful! Be careful! It may be valuable! (Drops newspaper and picks up paper, tenderly unfolding it.) 

Jane: 

(Picks up newspaper and turns page.) Hey! Here's the entertainment page. Lee Biebigheiser and Jake Fal- 
baum co-starred in a movie entitled "The Last Days of Uriah Ebinezer Dankworth Julius Virgil Skillykorn"! 
Kent Huffman appeared as M.C. on the television sensation, in which Sarah Gilmore replaced T.V.'s Martha 
Raye. Eugene Price, Betsy Carpenter, and Judy Baylin appeared in a ballet written by Billy Clodfelter. Bobby 
Davis was the conductor of the Mickey Mouse Orchestra. Carl Stine played cello in the Martian Jazz Quartet. 
Jim Chambers wrote the latest hit record, "A Chrysanthemum and an All-day Sucker." Pat Huff, Judy Davis, 
and Ann Frazier, a now famous trio, studied under Winston Eskridge. Richard Turner was last seen playing 
some hot drums on the Mickey Mouse Club. Gertrude Talbert was last seen trying to find a leading man for 
her new play "The Proposal." 

Gertrude: 

Gracious! These people looked weird. Look at this portrait! (Shows picture of teacher.) 

Corty: 

Here's an old American History book belonging to Polly Harper. It says on the inside cover, "Park your 
umbrella here. Dry matter inside." 

Tommy: 

And here's Mary Jane Wall's typing exam. Um, she made a "100." 

David : 

This is a note to Peggy Hollifield saying, "Please call President Eisenhower immediately." 

Tommy: 

This appears to be part of a report given at the 1977 reunion of the 1956-57 class of Reynolds High School. 
Let's see what it has to say. "Michael Graham is a professor at Harvard. Dickie Kimball has taken Dr. Ein- 
stein's place. Joyce and Julie Petree are still having trouble telling each other apart. Joyce Wolfe is a door- 
to-door salesman for Mother Fletcher's products. Ronnie Pennsyle doesn't take iron; he takes lead. Jim Mc- 
Gowan is a skin diver. Jerry Davenport sells candy. Sondra Griffin models straitjackets. Charles Norwood 
cuts neither grass nor wood. Robert Fox makes false teeth for Reynolds football players. Dwight Drum- 
mond manufactures cherry-flavored throat spray for silver-toned orators. Kathryn Valentine is a world-fam- 
ous archer. George Padgett is still trying to light a fire by rubbing two sticks together." That's all on this 
page. 

Gertrude: 

Here's some more of it. (reading) "Buddy Buchanan ushers at the Winston Theater. Janet Ghirardini final- 
ly learned to spell her name. Eleanor Turnage is an art instructor at a prominent university. Betsy Blum, 
Marilyn Brookbank, and Judy Reid gave the Statue of Liberty an annual manicure job. Richard Decker 
shines shoes outside of Woolworth's. Don Dunnigan sells synthetic cheese for Wilson Brown's Sure-Fire 
Mousetrap. David Bell can now be seen running around catching butterflies." Well, that's all on that page. 

Corty: 

I think we had better leave, or we will never get back to camp for dinner. (All nod agreement, rise, and 
begin to leave.) 

Jane: 

This must have been quite a school. I'll bet it couldn't be beaten. 

David: 

Be careful! Be careful! There may be demons lurking about! 



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Frank Davis, Linda Sue Dickson, Sara McMillan, Ann Thomas, Jimmy Rice and Larry Faust 



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Penny Dunn, Babette Girard, Kathryn Sprinkle, Mary Jac Vaughn 

ROMINGER FURNITURE CO 

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Betty Lake, Reynolds — Racbael Knipe, Hanes — Linda Guinn, Gray 



L. Roberts 






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SPALDING --- MacGREGOR 

HOUSEWARES — CHINA — APPLIANCES 

PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT 

1880-1957 

BROWN-ROGERS-DIXON 

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WHETHER YOU WEAR CONTACT LENSES LIKE PAT JAMES AND PEGGY 
ANN SMITH, OR THE CONVENTIONAL SPECTACLE TYPE GLASSES LIKE 
VICKIE POE, SARAH LONG AND NANCY SLEATH, LET MR. SMITH, THE 
OWNER OF WINSTON-SALEM OPTICIANS, SERVE YOU. MR. SMITH IS 
AN HONORARY MASTER OF OPHTHALMIC OPTICS, A CHARTER MEM- 
BER OF THE CONTACT LENS SOCIETY OF AMERICA, AND A MEMBER 
OF THE AMERICAN, BRITISH, AND INTERNATIONAL GUILD OF PRE- 
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EVERY NEED. 

WINSTON OPTICIANS 



Phone PA 3-7666 



413 N. Main Street 



Winston-Salem, N. C. 




SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY 




Bob Denham, Linda Guinn, Rachael Knipe, Betty Bledsoe 

WARNER FLOORING 
COMPANY 

435 WEST END BLVD. 
CARPET, LNOLEUM, and TILE 



Phone PA 2-6023 or PA 5-7531 




Betty Lake, Reynolds 1957, in a great ball gown featuring a moss green sash caught with 
pink roses over the skirt of green and pink pleated net. 



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Distributors 

PLUMBING, HEATING, 
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REFRIGERATION SUPPLIES 

and MACHINE TOOLS 

2100 Glendale Street 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 



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ESTABLISHED— 1865 

DIAMONDS— JEWELRY 

SILVERWARE 
416 West Fourth Street 



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MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT THE DAIRY BAR 

THE ICE CREAM WITH ... NO ARTIFICIAL FLAVORS 

SOUTHERN DAIRIES, INC 



2221 PATTERSON AVE. 



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valued at $250 each 
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PILOT 
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GENERAL INSURANCE 



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SALEM COLLEGE 



407 Reynolds Bldg. 
Phone PA 2-6123 



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PFAFF'S, INC. 

43 YEARS FAITHFUL SERVICE 

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THE MOST ASKED FOR SOFT DRINK IN THE WORLD 

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Kay Swaim, Janet Lemons, Evelyn Crutchfield, Judy Veasey, Sarah Long, Geraldine Critn 

WINSTON COCA-COLA 
BOTTLING CO. 







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Liberty at Sixth Street 






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118 S. HAWTHORNE ROAD 



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Now America's top-selling 
filter cigarette! 

Winston smokers know why their cigarette 
is the most popular filter brand of all. 
Winston tastes good — like a cigarette 
should! And the exclusive Winston filter 
works so well that the full, rich flavor gets 
right through to you. Try easy-drawing 
Winston for all the fun of smoking ! 







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HARRIS VAULT COMPANY 



CON-O-LITE - CON-O-CRYPT 



The Vault of Exceptional Merit 



Winston-Salem, N. C. 



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WlNSTON-SALEM,NOHTH CAROLINA 

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ELDRIDGE OPTICAL CO. 

LICENSED OPTICIANS 

First in Quality and Service 

304 West 4th Street 

Office Phone — PA 3-2174 

Residence Phone — PA 2-6002 

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Compliments of 

ZINZENDORF LAUNDRY 



Phone PA 2-5178 






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SHORE BROTHERS 
GULF SERVICE 

1427 West First St. 



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SIMMONS' 
Shoe Store, Inc. 

418 North Trade Street 
Dial PA 5-6051 



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THANK YOU, SENIORS 

For the privilege of serving you 

in the capacity of 

ENGRAVERS. 

Your future patronage 
is earnestly solicited 

3£. <£ Vie am 

Engraving 

Company 



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Phone PA 2-1303 
N. Liberty just off the Square 



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SUMMIT STREET 
PHARMACY, INC. 

Foot of Summit — Overlooking 
Hanes Park 

A nice place to meet your friends— 
and the home of Complete Drug Store 
Service. 

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TO THE 
GRADUATING CLASS 

SMITH-PHILLIPS 
LUMBER COMPANY 



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SCHRAFFT'S 
CHOCOLATES 

Wholesale Distributor 

BENNETT-LEWALLEN CO. 

Winston-Salem 



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YOUNG MEN'S CLOTHING 
AND SPORTSWEAR 

"It's Smart 

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Robert's" 

ROBERT'S MEN'S SHOP 

1 Across from Post Office 

4 School Supplies, Gifts and 

X Greeting Cards 

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HINKLE BOOK STORE 

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PHILCO DUO-THERM SUNBEAM 

Winston-Salem Trading Area 
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COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY 



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See Us before You Buy, 
Sell, or Trade 

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Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Specialists in 
Sales and Rental 
of Formal Wear 

Dial PA 4-8471 209 W. Third St. 



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FOWLER-JONES 

CONSTRUCTION 
COMPANY 

501 Reynolds Bldg. 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 



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FORSYTH 

HARDWARE 

COMPANY 



Next to Post Office 
on Trade Street 

Phone PA 3-4321 
Winston-Salem, N C. 



FOR A COMPLETE STOCK § 

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HINE-BAGBY, INC. I 



412 North Trade Street 






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DOUGLAS BATTERIES 
Recharging Rentals 

DOUGLAS BATTERY 
MFG. CO. 

Phone PA 2-4107 



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DAVIS INSURANCE 
SERVICE, INC. 

Nissen Bldg. Phone PA 4-8326 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 



WE CATER ESPECIALLY 
TO THE JUNIOR MISS 

COHEN'S Ready-to-Wear 

223 West Fourth St. 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 






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S. & M. 
CLOTHIERS, INC. 

EXCLUSIVE MEN'S 

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YOUNG MEN'S STORE 



King and Selmer Band Instruments 
Music of All Publishers 



SEPARK MUSIC 
COMPANY 



Fourth at Liberty 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 



620 West Fourth Street 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 



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WAUGHTOWN 
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\ MR. JAMES A. ANDERSON, Owner | 
MR. WADE L. TILLEY 

teen-age specialist in hair-styling $ 

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A BUNDLE OF SATISFACTION 
Sanitone Dry Cleaning 

Dial PA 2-6196 



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MACHINERY 

COMPANY 

MILL AND FACTORY SUPPLIES 

METAL AND WOODWORKING 
MACHINERY 

300 East Third Street 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 






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BLUE BIRD CAB CO., INC 



TAXICABS 
Dial PA 2-7121 

BAGGAGE TRANSFER 

BLUE BIRD CAB CO., INC. 



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GLADE HILL FUNERAL CHAPEL 

Dial PA 2-6117 

1200 Glade Street 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 



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SOUTHSIDE BAKERY 

"A BAKERY OF QUALITY" 

600 Waughtown Street 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 



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187 Waughtown Street 

Phone PA 4-5563 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 

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Congratulates the Senior Class 

of 1957 

Featuring 

A. SANDLER LOAFERS 

"Styles for Teenagers" 

STANLEY'S 

Thruway Shoes 
244 S. Stratford Road 

STANLEY'S 

444 North Trade Street 



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SHOP, Inc. 

CLOTHING AND SPORTSWEAR 

FOR 
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MEN 

Opposite from Bus Station 

417 North Cherry Street 
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GROCERY CO. 



FRESH MEATS 

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FANCY VEGETABLES 



'Everything for the Table" 

Dial PA 3-4181 
1214 Reynolda Road 






VOGLER SERVICE 



'Dependable Service since 1858' 

AMBULANCE 
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OIL COMPANY 

"Locally Owned and Operated" 

R. F. MORRIS 

Distributor of 

GULF OIL PRODUCTS 

Ivy Avenue at 17th 

Phones PA 5-0557 and PA 510558 



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115 North Poplar Street 
Phone PA 3-3621 



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<Iewelers 'Silversmiths 



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Robert E. Lee Building 
Winston-Salem. N. C. 



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Nissen Building 



Winston-Salem, N. C. 



B. F. HUNTLEY 
FURNITURE CO 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 



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415 Junia Avenue 
Dial PA 2-3488 

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710 Waughtown Street 
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631 West Fourth Street 



FEATURING 
THE FINEST OF FOODS 



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Phone PA 4-1139 



HASH 
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DEPENDABLE FOOTWEAR 

Expert Fittings 

and 

Satisfactory Service 

Phone PA 2-0253 

442 North Trade Street 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 



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